Wren Prize is the asshole who got me pregnant seven years ago. And gave me a false name. And walked out of the hotel without a backward glance. Sure, I know I wanted to have sex just as much as he did, but I didn't want to be tossed aside like garbage the second it was done. I also wasn't planning to get pregnant. Now, after seven years of hating the jerk, I'm living in his city, because it's a small world and I found him by accident. Yes, I realize how crazy that must sound, but my luck is just that bad. The problem is, the Wren Prize of today is not the Wren Prize I've envisioned castrating all this time. And I hate that I can't hate him the way he deserves to be hated. In fact, I'm terrified I might just be stupid enough to be falling for him.
A daughter. I have a daughter. And I've missed over six years of her life because I decided to go for the world's biggest jerk award. I'm supposed to be the cool-headed one, the mature one, the one everyone goes to for advice. Yet I'm the one who fucked up the most. Sadly, I don't even remember that night. Too much fun, too much sun, and way too much booze. It's hard to ask for a second chance when you don't even remember the first chance you had. And every time I'm around Allie, even when she's casting me glares that prove she wants me dead, I can't help but wonder what that night was like. Well, what it was like before I ruined her.
Seven years ago Allie got pregnant from a one-night stand who didn't even give her the right now. Now, she moved to a new town with her best friend and daughter to have her daughter finally get to know her father. Allie things she's going to hate Wren because of how he acted so long ago.
But that's not the case at all. He's trying his best to be a father to their little girl, and it's slowly cracking Allie's resolve. However, they know nothing can start between them because of their daughter, but that may not keep them apart for long.
This book was extremely entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It had a lot of funny parts, as well as very series parts.
I enjoyed the little girl in the book as well, and I also loved the hero and heroine together. They made a great couple. And of course, the great "banana" Bella. (You will just have to read it to understand this, but it's hilarious)
The only thing I didn't like about the book was the stuff with Erika. It sort of felt a little bit dumb and not really needed, but I thought the rest of the book was really good!