Alphonso's Baby by Emma Alisyn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
one night is all it took to turn her life upside down. always a good girl to the local pastor, Tamar looked to have a good future. that was before she gave her virginity to Alphonoso. friends for years, she couldn't help but have a little crush on him, even when he wasn't the most likable person towards others. the result of that one night is what changed everything for her.
shunned by her parents she makes due, keeping shut about who the father to her baby daughter is. these days she's working for Alphonso. she's one of the few that can handle his "social skills" or lack there off. she always managed to keep him away from her baby but one night when she was fed up with him and had her phone turned off changed it all, again.
he almost literally barges into her flat, tamar still tries to hide her daughter but it only takes him one inhale of the little one's scent to know what is going on.
question now is how is everybody going to react to the fact that Alphonso is the father and what will he do?
there is a lot to resolve and even more to talk about. things are only made more complicated when an old ex from alphonso enters the picture, one who brings a whole lot of trouble from his past he'd much rather forget!
a good read, another spellcheck would have been handy and maybe one or two lines in the story that aren't a plus towards woman (it is mentioned in another review)
it was a good read with some devious twists and and a nice ending!
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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