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What has happened to Paul Jensen?
He’s growing up fast, handling the challenges of his situation with the skill of a man twice his age.
He will never fit in, why should he? He’s special. Now it’s time to show the world.
With his unstoppable ambition he is taking steps to secure his financial future for himself and those around him but he struggles to do the same with the emotional side of his life.
There’s only one woman he really wants. He just has to be man enough to step up and prove to her how much he’s changed.
Leaning forward, Suzanne slid an embossed card across the table towards them “An invite to my twenty first.” She told them before scrambling on to the seat and hugging a very happy and completely inebriated Matt. “Happy Birthday Matty.” She kissed his cheek and ruffled his hair before turning to Paul. Grasping his hands, she pressed her lips to each of his cheeks in turn. “Happy Birthday Paul.”
“Thank you Suzie.” He murmured, his thumbs stroking the backs of her hands, he desperately wanted to cup her face in his hands and plant his mouth firmly over hers.
“I’m glad we can be friends.” She spoke, turning his blood to ice. Pulling his hands from hers, he reached for a glass and downed a shot, never taking his eyes from her.
Knowing she’d upset him but also knowing that the words had needed to be spoken, she backed away and went to join Tessa as she waited in the lobby. Faye grasped her chance now with both hands, having wished Matt a happy birthday and receiving a sleepy smile and a rather unexpected grope of her backside, she moved to Paul.
Sitting boldly on his lap, she grabbed a shot glass and emptied the liquid into her mouth before grasping his face and planting her mouth over his. His lips parted willingly under hers, their tongues dancing as they shared the shot and it was his turn to groan as he traced his hands up her sides.
The clearing of a throat brought them back to reality and as they parted Paul mused, not for the first time, that he could have an awful lot of fun with Faye. “Your taxi is here.” Jez told her and Paul saw that he had used his body to shield that little charade from his sister and former lover. Shooting a grateful glance at the bar manager, he moved to get up as Faye vacated her seat on his lap but soon sat back down when Jez shook his head and escorted the flushed girl to the door.
Returning to the table and now joined by the rest of the staff, the Jensen boys were again wished a very Happy Birthday as the staff helped to deplete the shots in front of them before heading to their homes.
“Come on boys, time you got some sleep.” Jez beckoned for them to follow him.
“You’re letting us stay here?” Paul questioned as he helped Matt cannon ball off the walls on the way up the stairs.
“Yep, I figured he’s far too far gone to go home.” He gestured to Matt.
Paul nodded in agreement, then stopped moving altogether, “Wait a sec, if I stay here it means I’m not even going to get laid on my birthday and I had serious fuck me vibes coming from Faye.”
“You had serious fuck me vibes coming from just about every girl in the club dude but you are working tomorrow in case you’ve forgotten so I’m protecting my investment.” Jez told him.
“In case I forget to tell you later, you’re an asshole.” Paul griped.
What has happened to Paul Jensen?
Paul is growing up fast. Taking steps to secure his financial future for himself and those around him, he struggles to do the same with the emotional side of his life. There’s only one woman he really wants. He just has to be man enough to step up and prove to her how much he’s changed.
Michelle Day has done it again. Father & Son is the brilliant continuation of the life of Paul Jensen, the incorrigible young man from Prodigal Son, her first book in this series. Get ready to follow Paul from the moment he gets his biggest news throughout his adulthood. The story continues right where Prodigal Son leaves off so you won’t miss a beat.
The Jensen/Paloma family members are back. Matt, his twin brother makes several appearances in this book that will leave you stunned. (You’ve been warned) Put it this way, Matt and Paul get into mischievous situations. His older sister Tessa learns more about her younger brother than she may care to. Michael, his father crosses paths with Paul as well. (No spoilers) Uncle John is back. (I like him) This sexy Spaniard is always there to support and back Paul up when needed. Finally, Monica, his mother, shows her elegance and grace while always supporting her son.
Carmen, the infamous teacher continues to be a part of Paul’s life. I want to dislike her, but I can’t say I do. Suzie, the one and only, holds a special place in Paul’s heart. Her appearances throughout his life continue to prove the chemistry between them is still volatile. Paul and Suzie have a special connection. However, getting Suzie proves to be quite a difficult task for Paul.
Paul has grown up and is ambitious in all aspects of his life. This is one the traits I loved the most about him. Even at such a young age, Paul has set high standards and goals for his future. His business savvy skills earn him the respect of others. Along the way, Paul grows into an even more handsome gentleman, one that women can’t seem to resist.
Don’t worry, Paul doesn’t disappoint any of the women he meets along the way and most certainly won’t disappoint you. If you loved him in the first book, watch out, he gets better with age.
There are unexpected moments in this book and all of them complete this story. Paul most definitely proves to be more than expected and really has a heart of gold. His generosity is another quality I admire. Again, Paul is quite the character.
This series has a special place in my reader/blogger heart. My first review as a newbie blogger was of Prodigal Son. I’ve been following Paul, his character ever since. “You see Paul, you were my first.” 🙂
Congrats to Michelle on another fantastic book. I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it. I look forward to reading book 3.
I gave this book 5 stars!