Booby Trapped and Baby Proofed

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Categories: Erotica/Multicultural-Interracial Erotica
Publisher: Sugar and Spice Press | Date published: 03/04/2012

Description


After the death of his wife Olivia from breast cancer, Gunnery Sergeant Harrison Calloway had no choice but to leave the child in the care of Olivia's sister Trudy while he returned to military service to complete his tour of duty. One year later, he moves back to Daytona Beach, Florida to regain custody of his now two-year-old son, and he's anything but prepared to handle the precocious child, who doesn't seem to like him and who has more quirks than any child he's ever met. Harrison has spent the last twenty-two years ordering junior marines around and gaining their respect, but when it comes to dealing with Ethan, he doesn't have a clue what goes on in this child's mind. There's nothing that can hold him. He has a strange attachment to a stuffed rabbit, and he won't let anyone touch him except for Angel Robbins, the nice lady next door who runs the neighborhood day care. Harrison can understand his son's affection for the beautiful African American female. She has a kind heart, a rocking afro, and a killer body. He doesn't know a thing about kids, but knows a good woman when he sees one. Angel Robbins took a double-take when she went out to fetch the morning newspaper and spotted a gorgeous muscular white man moving into the vacant house next to hers. Normally, she would have just minded her own business, but there was something about the way her body reacted to the sight of him that made her want to get to know him better. Angel shows up at his door later that evening with a casserole in hand to welcome him to the neighborhood, but gets swept away by a pair of baby blue eyes. She didn't even blink when he told her that he was a widower with a two-year-old child. She liked kids and owned a day care center. She was never one to look a gift horse in the mouth, but she did believe in fate? Harrison needed someone to help him with Ethan, and she needed someone to fill the void in her heart. Could it be possible that when it comes to a child, there is no obstacle too big to overcome?