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Dad Habits by Kathryn M. Hearst

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Can a wrong number, a practical joke, and two parent-trapping teens turn these enemies into lovers?


After a humiliating divorce, dating is not on my radar. Where do forty-something single moms even meet men nowadays?

Between work and chauffeuring my daughter to the dance studio, the only single man I see most weeks is Adam Martinez, and he’s, well, my archenemy.

He might be a great dance dad, but otherwise, he’s the worst. It doesn’t matter that he’s ridiculously handsome and charming and flirts (with everyone except me) like it’s his job. He’s a jerk.

So when my bestie sets me up on a blind date, I agree. Unfortunately, life happens, and I have to cancel by text.

Imagine my surprise when my date responds, and we hit it off.

I’ve spent the last few years grieving and adjusting to single parenthood. I haven’t had time to breathe, let alone date.

Besides, the only women I see are the moms at my daughter’s dance studio. And they freaking scare me.

Case in point, Jenna Bennett. She’s made it her personal mission to snack-shame me. So what if I don’t feed my kids organic, sugar-free cardboard? Since when did a little sugar hurt anyone?

So when Jenna mistakenly sends me a text cancelling a date, I see my opportunity to have a little fun.

It turns out, the joke’s on me.

Because I think I’m falling for her.

Dad Habits is a full-length enemies-to-lovers romance filled with technology fails, dance-mama-drama, steaming hot texts, an adorable seven-year-old, and two teenaged girls, determined to become stepsisters.

This is book 3 in the Single Dads Gone Wild Series. Each one can be read as a standalone. Happily Ever After guaranteed!

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