Edward Hardy's Keeper and Kid was not a book that I "couldn't put down", but it did have it's good points. It is a story of an ex-wife that dies and leaves her three year old son with the father that never knew he had a son. And this was the man that didn't want children either. He was happy with his life with his new girlfriend and kids were not in the plan. But when he's left with Leo, his son, he has no other option but to take him and raise him. It turns James Keeper's world upside down but it also shares with him the deep love of a child. I did think it was a good story - maybe all parts didn't appeal to me, but the storyline was good.