Claiming My Hidden Son by Maya Blake


The concept of this book caught me instantly, it looked at the story from the male point of view which I found refreshing and very well done. It was a bit of a surprise when Calypsos voice appeared but actually it set the story off properly and without it it wouldn’t make sense due to the secret that she is hiding (for a very good reason I will add)

It was a bit of what I expected in the premise and the layout however the characters were real and seemed to come off the page. There were many hidden depths and twists in the story and baby Andreos was quite possibly one of my favourites, he wasn’t used as a prop for the story but was an integral part which made him even more endearing!

I would have loved to hear more of Ax’s voice nearer to the end, it would have explained more but I could also understand the reason why it wasn’t.

This story captured my imagination and pulled me in, absorbing me from the world when I was having a terrible day and making me happy but also invested in the story and hoping that the ending would be what I dreamed of!

I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a good story, in an amazing location (set in Greece) with a baby who caught my heart!

AM 🐾 x

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