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Hey, Dad! is an incredible novel of a single father of three kids. His wife left him with three young kids. He stayed single to raise his kids. He also tried to find the other child he fathered when he was in high school at age fifteen. A few years later, he met a rich woman. At first, her family didn´t agree with her decision to marry a single father of three kids. Her parents thought that he married her for money, but she truly loved him and he truly loved her. They married and had two sets of twins. He also found his other child after seventeen years. His three sons graduated from high school. His older son joined in military. His other two sons went to college. His life was going so good with a happy life as he had wished for. A few years later, his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. She passed away and left him with two sets of twins. His older son went to Iraq. His son ended up missing in Iraq. His life became a miserable. He lost his wife, and his son could die in Iraq.
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by on October 28, 2016
- Xlibris US, September 2010
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