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by Elizabeth Bevarly

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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A DADDY FOR HER DAUGHTERS is a champion among romances. The authors sense of humor comes shining through, creating many laugh-out-loud moments.

Sloan Sullivans law firm requires all of their employees to participate in Lend a Hand Month. High school basketball coach Naomi Carmichael becomes the recipient of such help. Her assistant coach is off for a month and Sloan must take his place. But will one month with Naomi and her four daughters be enough for this pampered and prosperous attorney?

Leading the stage with humor was the scene where Sloan tries convincing Naomi to go on a date with him. She tries making up an excuse, but Sloan playfully backs her into a corner. Then, as Naomi gets ready for her now unavoidable date, it was a witty twist of reality when her daughter engages her in a conversation regarding the need for having protected sex. (Jan., 294 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Pamela Tullos

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: January 2002

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