Daddy’s Girl (Freshwater Book 3) by Belinda Williams – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Daddy's Girl (Freshwater Book 3)Daddy’s Girl by Belinda Williams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Daddy’s Girl is the third book in Belinda Williams’ Freshwater series. Like the previous books in the series, it has a gorgeous coastal Australian setting with a fiery romance between interesting characters.
The books in the series are connected by the protagonists (first Kat, then Jess, now Em) living in the same building. They’ve grown to be friends, which means I was eager to see Em get her own story, and grateful in this story for the chance to catch up with Kat, Jess and their partners.
Living in a penthouse owned by her father, Em seems at first sight a spoiled daddy’s girl. But she is uncomfortable to be relying on her father, and only does so because it enables her to focus on the PhD she hopes will let her make some positive changes in the world. Her father hopes she will get married and settle down, preferably soon, and is constantly setting her up with young bachelors.
Joel can be a bit annoying at times – he broods a lot over his dark past and is quite self-centred – but he’s clearly trying to do the right thing. I’m hoping there are more books in the series so we can see his character develop further after the drama of this book calms down.
For me, this is a five-star read. It’s an enjoyable, easy-to-read romance and a lovely location to escape to. It would work as a standalone but the whole series is great and worth reading in order to get to know the characters.

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