Strong For You by J.P. Oliver
This is an emotional tear-jerker, but also sweet and heartwarming. After Kai lost his wife during childbirth he fell into a deep depression. He was barely caring for his daughter, Maya, and didn't care about anything else. Kai's brother Wren finally talks him into visiting for a while, hoping that a change of scenery would help. One night Wren drags Kai out for dinner, they meet up with a couple of friends, one being Morgan. Kai's attraction to Morgan catches him completely off guard, not so much because he was a man, but because his wife had only been gone for a couple of months. Morgan is a psychologist and also owns and runs a daycare center. When the subject of what Kai was going to do with Maya when he went back to work, Morgan told him about his center. Kai enrolls Maya into the center, gets back to work and constantly thinks about Morgan. They do eventually start dating, but then Maya's grandparents cause trouble. Between what Kai goes through, the grandparents and Morgan's past I cried through most of the book. It's also sweet and funny.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.