Review: Decadent Seconds by W. Lynn Chantale

Published: 2/27/2012
Format: eBook (Review)
Available: Amazon Kindle

Book Blurb (Goodreads):

As a caterer, Darling gets to witness some of life’s happiest moments, but yearns for a marriage proposal of her own. After years of waiting on her beloved to pop the question, she gives up ever having a happy ending of her own and severs the relationship. When she learns she’s pregnant, she has no choice but to face her child’s father on a daily basis as well as the love and attraction she has for him. 

Darryl Manning always believed Darling would be his forever. After all he didn’t need a piece of paper to show her how much he loved her, but when she leaves him to pursue her dream of owning a catering company and raising his son, he may have to rethink his views marriage. That is if he wants a second chance at family.

My Review:

Sweet and sexy, this novella was highly enjoyable.
Darling who owns her own catering company has catered the happiest moments in people’s lives. She however wants the same thing for herself and she wants it with her sons father Darryl. There is just one problem, he was just happy with Darling being his “baby momma”. He also didn’t support her when in her dreams of owning her own business and because of that she had to leave him, even though he is a good father to their son and she still loves him.

Darryl loves Darling and would do anything for her and his son; he just isn’t ready to get married. So he doesn’t understand why she is happy just living with him. But Darryl is starting to realize that maybe his earlier thinking of his relationship with Darling wasn’t in their best interest and now he willing to do what he has to get her back.

Loved this story. Although this was a novella, there was nothing missing at all. You got Darling and Darryl from the beginning.  You understood what they both wanted and what they both were willing to do to keep their family together. I also enjoyed the characters, the author kept both Darryl and Darling likeable even though they didn’t sometimes do likable things. 

My Rating:

5 Kisses (Tongue/French Kiss (Hot Damn!'s a keeper)

**Book provided by the Author through Book Tour

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