Three Hour Dad: Reading is Believing by Adam T. Hourlution

3 Hour Dad

“Lyndsay wasn’t just my girlfriend now; she was the host of our baby.”

Some days change your life so completely that you never forget them. For Adam, his day was when he got a call that his girlfriend was in the hospital – about to deliver a baby. Neither of them had any idea that she was pregnant. They had about three hours to wrap their heads around the idea of being parents before a little girl entered their world. Three Hour Dad: Reading is Believingis Adam’s account of their quick journey to parenthood.

I was asked by the author to review the book through my blog. While I already had quite a list of book reviews to do when he asked, he assured me his book was interesting – and short. I was given a free copy in exchange for a fair review.

Adam’s account of the finding out he was going to be a father and managing the first few days as a new family are told in a conversational way. I felt like I was sitting down with Adam and he was catching me up on what had happened in his life. There is a lot of humor thrown in, too, but it’s nice to read about a man who stepped up to the role of a father very quickly and proudly. Both of their families came together to support the couple establish a new home as a family, too.

Three Hour Dad: Reading is Believingdid turn out to be an interesting and quick read. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a story that sounds too crazy to be true, but is. It would make a good vacation read or a story for a couple to read out loud together.

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About Sarah Anne Carter

Sarah Anne Carter is a writer and reader. She grew up all over the world as a military brat and is now putting down roots with her family in Ohio. Family life keeps her busy, but any spare moment is spent reading, writing or thinking about plots for novels.