A Better Father From superstar to superdadBecoming a single dad was never hockey star Sam Catalano s game plan Now he s turning his world upside down to give his two year old son Casey the best life he can And buyi

  • Title: A Better Father
  • Author: Kris Fletcher
  • ISBN: 9780373718450
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • From superstar to superdadBecoming a single dad was never hockey star Sam Catalano s game plan Now he s turning his world upside down to give his two year old son, Casey, the best life he can And buying his own childhood camp seems like the perfect way to do it At least until he comes face to face with his new assistant director, and old camp flame, Libby Kovak.Sam can From superstar to superdadBecoming a single dad was never hockey star Sam Catalano s game plan Now he s turning his world upside down to give his two year old son, Casey, the best life he can And buying his own childhood camp seems like the perfect way to do it At least until he comes face to face with his new assistant director, and old camp flame, Libby Kovak.Sam can t afford to be distracted by Libby or the constant reminders of the passion they shared His only priority is protecting Casey and making the transition as smooth as possible But Sam s starting to believe that the most valuable thing he can give his son, and himself, is a life with Libby in it.

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    1. Books about a child's custody always worry me. In this story, that issue takes a back seat to a father making a home for his young son to support his being awarded custody, but his fears that he won't be successful take a backseat to his experiences at a kids' camp he'd attended as a teenager. Is he really a good guy? The person he has to convince isn't his son, but rather the person who sucked face with when he'd last attended the camp, but she doesn't trust that he won't leave like he had so m [...]

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