Sunday, 7 April 2019

Review: Expecting Ty's Baby (From Ghana With Love, Book2) by Empi Baryeh

The Blurb
Abandoned by her father at a young age, beauty therapist, Patricia Owusu, has learned the hard way that men can’t be relied on. She’s determined to make it on her own without falling into the cultural trappings of marriage. However, when she finds herself pregnant after a torrid love affair with African-American financial consultant, Ty Webber, she discovers one man’s resolve to stick around.

When Ty discovers Patricia is carrying his baby, he offers marriage, because real men take responsibility for their actions. He isn’t prepared for Patricia’s stubborn determination to make it on her own. But nothing will prevent him from claiming his child or the woman he considers his.

Can Ty convince Patricia to take a chance on him to help provide a loving home for their baby, or will Patricia’s mistrust lead her to miss out on true love and rob her child of the type of father she never had? 

My Review
I’ve waited a long time for the second book in the From Ghana with Love series. As much as I liked book 1, I enjoyed book 2 even more. Both Ty and Patricia have histories that do not make for them having a favorable extended relationship, much less a baby. Yet the two were perfect for each other.

They had a fierce attraction, shared a lot in common, and complimented each other. The baby brought a complication they hadn’t expected. I wonder if they would’ve realized this if they hadn’t accidentally gotten pregnant. I have a feeling they would have because they just seemed so right for each other. You know a story is engaging when you speculate about possible outcomes of the character’s lives.

I liked the way Ms. Baryeh slipped in cultural information about Ghana through the experiences of the characters. Enlightening.  

I give this book five out of five maternity dress shaped chocolate bars.

I purchased my copy from AmazonUK

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