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The Daddy Pact (The Coach's Boys Series Book 1) by [James, Kristy K.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2747 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006G66YTS
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,234 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I found the concept interesting. A young couple return from honeymoon and the husband is murdered by a drug addict. months later when the murderer is arrested is when the story starts. We meet the young widow, the policeman dealing with the case. the murderer's family, and the widow's two friends. The brother of the murderer offers the widow monetary support, especially when she discovers she is pregnant. He visits the widow when her friends are there, and she receives a phone call from her father-in-law threatening to get custody of the baby. The brother immediately offers to marry the widow to protect her from the father-in-law, a marriage which they will end after the baby is born and the threat has ended. They all agree it is for the best, so they marry and she moves in with him.
The story moves through the changes in the characters' feelings throughout the story, but especially the couple as they develop feelings for each other.
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By Book Maniac TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 28 Dec. 2013
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This story is pretty far fetched but is nevetheless worth a read. Jess agrees to marry Dan, the brother of her husband's murderer, in order to keep her unborn baby out of the clutches of her unpleasant, vengeful father-in-law, who tries to have her and Dan convicted of complicity in the murder of his son. Dan is a decent man and wants to do the right thing by the woman left a widow by the actions of his brother, who is so stricken with remorse that he can't face living. Dan also suffers from guilt because if he had given his brother the money he'd asked for, Jess's husband would still be alive but Dan knew the money would only be spent on drugs so he refused to let him have any. Dan and Jess marry and as they get to know each other they are attracted to each other but because of Dan's brother there are a lot of obstacles in the way of their relationship. Despite the doubts expressed by Dan's family, they do get over the bumps in the road and have their happy ending.
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It's a `will they, won't they' love story with an unusual set of circumstances that push them together. It's Sunday afternoon `feel good' T.V romance, which just happens to be my thing. If it's not your thing, this isn't the book for you, ... simples!
It's a straight forward, easy read but sometimes that's just what you want.
At times the plot is a little flimsy and some curious questions popped into my head when reading it, like what happened to Frank's sound system (it was really important one minute and then just forgotten)? Who shot Ed? How was Bentley satisfied and deterred by that last meeting?
There are a few typos, the title doesn't seem right (to me) and some scenes get skipped completely, like Bruce's funeral but I guess that keeps the story light.
Overall, the story worked so three and a half stars (maybe pushing a four). With a bit of plumping out and some emotional heartfelt acting, I think it could make an O.K chick flick.
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If you like your love stories a little sweet this is a good book. Dan and Jess meet after his brother kills her husband ! Despite a shaky start Dan wants to make amends and Jess can't see any way out of the predicament she is in other than to accept his help.
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By TinaT on 12 April 2014
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Free download. This book was a quick read and had a tragic story which turns into a happy ending. Jess's life takes a turn for the worse when tragedy strikes the one she loves but fate has a funny way of redeeming us and when Dan makes Jess an offer which will give her security after all the unknown, life seems to turn around. Don't expect any sex in this book, it's suggested but never experienced. This is a total romance with twists. Good read.
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By Anne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 May 2013
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Jess' husband is murdered by Dan's brother. She thinks that she can't go on because she had a perfect relationship with Frank and they had only just got married - then she discovers that she is pregnant. Jess' father-in-law blames her for Frank's death (for no reason) and because she is frightened of him and had a difficult childhood herself she accepts Dan's offer of marriage to protect the child.

The whole set up is rather far-fetched. The threat from Frank's father seems to dwindle away without explanation. Dan and Jess fall for each other very quickly. There really wasn't anything remarkable about this book and the plot didn't hold together particularly well. Pleasant enough but nothing special.
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By Joannie on 24 Oct. 2013
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Predictable, unbelievable. OK if you want an easy story. No sex. Not really my cup of tea, but I did read it all waiting for something to happen - it didn't.
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I really Don't like giving a bad review but this was so unrealistic. I didn't even manage to read half of it. Woman's husband shot in a robbery, brother of murderer proposes to save evil father-in-law getting custody of unborn child. She goes from suicidal to living with her husband's murderers brother in 24hours. Then goes shopping for a wedding dress with his mother (grooms and
Murderers) and the mother is stroppy with her. This is so not in the realms of any realty. Most of us want our romantic fiction whereby we can super impose ourselves into the main female protagonists role but this was just too far fetched.
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