Blindsided: A Secret Baby Romance. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Blindsided: A Secret Baby Romance by Ava Ashley

My rating: 3 of 5 stars.

Sexy. Irresistible. Womanizer. 

Those are the facts I uncover about football star Lennox Hardy after a long night of martinis and bad choices. Hardly the stuff of tabloid headlines. Everyone knows the star quarterback is a womanizing bad boy whose voicemail is practically set to “no comment.” 

What they might not know is that our night together? Kind of disappointing. 

Of course, that didn’t stop me from getting knocked up. 

But it’s when I confront Lennox and discover that I’d actually slept with his identical twin brother Logan, a rising politician, that my life goes from page twelve news to a gossip columnist’s wet dream. 

Lennox is used to cleaning up his brother’s messes, and he barely blinks before he asks me to move in with him and pretend the baby is his, at least until his brother’s election is over. Giving me full access to his elusive, private life and the story that will make my career. 

What’s a reporter to do? 

But sharing an apartment with a brooding, private man who’s sexy as sin and my raging hormones may not have been the best idea. And when the only investigating I do happens with our clothes off, I know my plan has gone seriously awry… 

Blindsided

Cute story!




I liked this story, it wasn’t raunchy, it wasn’t too sweet and it wasn’t utterly predictable, though some things were, since clues were given ahead of time. I don’t think that really makes them predictable as much as the author wanting the reader to be able to see these things ahead of the actual explanation. Sometimes this bothers me because I like to be surprised but other times I am ok with the little hints about what is coming, in this case I was ok with the hints.

The story is about Sloane, a reporter who has a one night stand with Lennox, a pro football player and finds out she is pregnant. When she turns up after a game to let him know, he tells her that he has an identical twin who must have said he was Lennox. When Sloane loses her job and home and the twin refuses her calls and will not acknowledge the baby, Lennox has her move in with him. Though Sloane has ulterior motives as a reporter and Lennox and his twin both have secrets. The story was good but not outstanding so I gave it three stars. I did think the twins angle was a nice twist though.

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