Thursday, June 27, 2013

Penelope Marzec's Daddy Wanted

Penelope Marzec grew up along the Jersey shore. She started reading romances at a young age and fell hopelessly in love with happy endings. Two of her inspirational romances won EPIC’s eBook Award and another was a finalist in that contest. Her paranormal, Irons In The Fire, was a nominee for a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award.

My Review: 
Grace was afraid her roommate, Elyse, would never be able to care for her baby, she couldn’t even care for her turtle, but Grace had a plan to help Elyse out in the husband department.

Russell Thrope, their upstairs neighbor, would work out nicely for Elyse, but it seemed he had plans of his own and for Grace, not Elyse. But he wanted a strictly business deal with Grace. He needed an emergency date.

Through a series of unfortunate incidents and calamities the threesome face catastrophes in life and love. Will Grace find a Daddy for Elyse’s baby since Aidan, the father, has fled the scene? Can Grace stick by her principals and find someone to love or will she step aside so Elyse can find the right man.

Penelope Marzec writes a delightful story. Her character, Grace, seems to get into one incident after another and I couldn’t put the book down because I had to know if Grace and Elyse would be all right in the end. Daddy Wanted is a cute love story.

Visit her website at for more information.

Daddy Wanted available from and


Penelope Marzec said...

Thanks for the review! :-)

Victoria Pitts-Caine said...

You're welcome, Penelope. I really enjoyed your book. I took it with me on vacation.

Mary L. Ball said...

Nice review and it's a good read.

Kim McMahill said...

Daddy Wanted sounds like a fun and interesting book. Way to go, Penelope

CH said...

I just started reading "Daddy Wanted" - about 2/3 of the way. it's fun and funny!

Bonnie McCune said...

Just the kind of romance I love! Who can beat the appeal of kids?

Victoria Pitts-Caine said...

Thanks for stopping by everyone. Penelope did a wonderful job with Daddy Wanted. Makes me want to read more of her work.