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What did you love best about Father of Two?
In this installment of the Daddy School series (the series really is better than the juvenile sounding title) attorney and father of two 7-year-old twins, Dennis Murphy finds himself trying to settle a case. The case is between his client, a newspaper publication, and attorney Gail Saunder's client, a Russian mobster who immigrant who has been defamed by the paper.
Gail is not interested in finding a boyfriend or husband after a an assault in her. She doesn't like kids and doesn't want to be around them.
Gail finds that she has to meet with Murphy in his home, regarding their lawsuit. She is not charmed it all by the seven-year-old twins and tells Murphy that he needs to learn about kids. She says he should attend her sister's Daddy's School to learn proper parenting techniques. He bites back with a bet that he would do better as a parent than she could ever be. He challenges her to go to the school as well where the instructor will decide who has the better parent technique. It sounds and is silly, but the book is more than the challenge.
I really enjoyed the series, it is well-written and believable, even if it is a bit hokey or cheesy at times.
Tom Dheere is an excellent storyteller. He has a 'man's man' voice. However he does an excellent job with characters from one or two years old all the way up to adults, boys, girls, men & women. He is perfect. The author is smart to stay with him through the entire series
While *I was given a copy of this series in exchange for my reviews I recommend the series very highly. I would use my credits and for money to purchase these books. It's a great, nice series and each book has just a little bit of naughtiness. Near perfection!
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This book was adorable. The twins had the right dose of precociosness. The Daddy School concept should become a universal actuality. Kudos to the author.