**** 1/2
Very good
**** 1/2
Just okay
Not for me
Definitely not for me

Keeper and Kid

keeper.JPGIsn’t this a cute cover?! I just love it. Keeper and Kid by Edward Hardy is about a single dad trying to be a father to a 3 year-old child he never even knew he had. It’s about the shock one gets with a child when one realizes your life will never be your own again. It’s also about how our lives are made even richer for it. Struggling to make his job and his relationships work with a new child in his life, James Keeper is just overwhelmed with it all. But little Leo is so cute and says the cutest things. Children are like that. They frustrate and inspire simultaneously. I enjoyed reading this book about child rearing and relationships from a man’s perspective, though the language was a bit strong for my tastes. I’d be interested in reading the sequel if the author decides to write one.

2008, 294 pp.
Rating: 3.5/5

Eponymous Challenge Complete!

eponymous_pink.gifThanks so much, Coversgirl, for hosting this challenge.

I enjoyed all the books I read for this challenge, with the first two being my favorites.

The five books I read:

  1. Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
  2. The Sister by Poppy Adams
  3. The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway
  4. Beloved by Toni Morrison
  5. Keeper and Kid by Edward Hardy