He arrives and heads to the hospital. Jacqueline had no next of kin. Her divorce was final. It 's up to Charlie. Should he keep her on life support until the baby 's born or should he terminate the pregnancy? Charlie wanted Allison to help him decide, but she said it 's his decision. Charlie decided he couldn 't terminate the pregnancy. He had a dream. In his dream, his parents handed him his son. His son 's name is Lyric. Can Allison handle taking care of a child who isn 't hers?
Allison returned to California on a high. She got to photograph 2 fashion shows in Paris alone. She wasn 't ready to deal with Charlie 's baby mama drama. She told Charlie she needed time to deal with the news.
Plot Twist: Allison 's parents had threesomes, and one of their partners got pregnant. She died at childbirth. Allison 's mom isn 't her birth mom. Her family came together to deal with all the secrets thanks to Charlie. The reason her family told her? She 's in the same situation. Allison 's still having a hard time forgiving her mother, but she understands.
Allison and Charlie 's story isn 't the only one in the book. Charlie 's friend Paul and Allison 's sister Nicole (the man hater) start hooking up. Nicole and Paul break all their "hook up rules." Slowly their relati...
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... up his lifestyle for a girl. When he meets Nicole, he understands why. Charlie and Allison catch them in her apartment. Paul was naked. He gets jealous when Allison has does a photoshoot on the beach starring Nicole and Charlie. He doesn 't understand what he 's feeling. She does forgive him, and they fall deeply in love. Allison digs the "in love" version of Nicole. She 's a softie.
I really enjoyed Allison and Charlie 's story. Male escort falls in love with a young photographer. They bond over their love of music. He finds out her mom is his madam. She finds out what he does for a living. They break up. His former client kidnaps the girl he 's in love with and gets shot. She 's pregnant, and brain dead. The baby is born and they live happily ever after.
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