Review: The Dad Next Door by Stephanie Dees

The Dad Next DoorThis was such a sweet story! Both Joe and Claire came from rocky backgrounds, yet they each ended up with good families to love them. Claire had such a wonderful heart for children and I loved watching her interact with Joe’s daughter, Amelia. Seeing Joe and Amelia bond during this story was especially heartwarming, as well.

The Dad Next Door is a great beginning for this series, filled with family, romance, and the start of new things. It was fun to be introduced to Joe’s family and the small, fictional town of Red Hill Springs, AL. I’m looking forward to reading the other books in this series!

(4 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

The Dad Next DoorA Place to Call Home

Lawman Joe Sheehan is desperate to bond with the daughter he’s just discovered he has. But as a virtual stranger to twelve-year-old Amelia, the task seems impossible. Until Claire Conley moves to town. A social worker renovating a mansion into a foster home, Claire is the first person to get through to Amelia. Falling for the single dad was not on Claire’s to-do list. But with Joe and Amelia around, the house finally starts to feel like home. Claire’s ready to fight to convince Joe that together they’ve done more than fix a house…they’ve built a family.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

AuthorStephanieDees-Retake-2018-DSC07024-200x300

Award-winning author Stephanie Dees lives in small-town Alabama with her family, two spoiled dogs, and a very bossy cat. A Southern girl through and through, she loves sweet tea, SEC football, corn on the cob and air conditioning.

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About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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