A beloved daughter. A devastating choice/ And now there's no going back.
Four years ago, ninteen-year-old Travis Brown made a choice to raise his newborn daughter on his own. While most of his friends were out partying and meeting girls, Travis was at home, changing diapers and worrying about keeping food on the table. But he's never regretted his decision. Bella is the light of his life. The reason behind every move he makes. And so far, she is fed. Cared for. Safe...
Travis Brown is a single father to four-year-old Bella. He is trying the best he can to provide for her. Things take a turn for the worse, when Travis’s home burns to the ground. Now, he and Bella are homeless. Travis thinks he has caught a lucky break, when he hears of a job that pays well. Once Travis discovers what the job really is, he is in too deep. Now he must make a choice.
The Good Father is a spell bounding read! Ms. Chamberlain really brought to life, Travis and Bella. I instantly was captivated by them. Travis is a good father and he really loves his daughter, Bella. I like that this book focused on Travis as a single father. There are not many books about single fathers as there are about single mothers. Although, sadly, there are a lot of both situations in today’s world.
I almost read this book in one sitting. The only reason I did not was because I started it prior to going to bed. Every moment of this book, I was cheering for Travis. In the situation that Travis found himself in, I don’t know what I would have done. Either choice was a risky one. Besides Travis and Bella, there were two other main story lines that intertwined with their story. Ms. Chamberlain did a nice job of giving the other characters their own voices as well and making sure their stories flowed smoothly.
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