When their unassuming Grandma June dies, Giovanna, Keyah, and Fatima are shocked to learn she had saved a small fortune and has left three million dollars to them, her granddaughters. But there's a catch: each sister must marry the father of her children no later than six months after reading the will.
Piece of cake, right? Wrong! Each sister has a complicated relationship with her "baby daddy." Giovanna, a successful lawyer and a proudly independent woman, has no desire to marry Douglas---even if he makes her breath catch when he walks in the room and is a wonderful dad to their daughter. She's got a feeling that Douglas is keeping secrets. Keyah's boyfriend, Jag slipped a ring on her finger years ago but seems content to stay forever engaged. And Fatima's on-again, off-again relationship with Dune is filled with more ups and downs than a roller coaster. So why would Grandma June want her granddaughters to marry these men? Because sometimes Grandma really knows best. The clock is ticking. Will it be a countdown to wedding bells or disaster?
"You know if you need me to spend the night, I'll stay," Douglas said as Giovanna picked out two handblown green mugs she bought on a trip to Bahia, Brazil, six years ago. She handed one to Douglas with a teabag.
"It's okay, I'm...
Praise for Marry Your Baby Daddy
“Full of steamy sex scenes, thought-provoking dialogue and shocking revelations.” —Zane, New York Times bestselling author of Afterburn
“Readers will become engrossed to the point where they will not want to put the book down.” —Zane
“Witty and sexy. You'll find yourself married to the pages of this novel.” —Eric E. Pete, author of Gets No Love and Don’t Get It Twisted
“A moving story of how anyone's life can change, if they change first.” —Katherine Woodward Thomas, author of Calling in “The One”: 7 Weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life
“Maryann Reid is hot, and a true voice of her generation. She breaks down the psychology of baby mama drama like no other.” —Dr. Jeffrey Gardere, bestselling author of Love Prescription: Ending the War Between Black Men and Women