At his dying mother's bedside, Bill Henderson promised that he would finally settle down, after years of the single life in New York, and have a family. Following many marital ups and downs and hilarious misadventures, his daughter was born four years later. Her Father is a highly personal yet universally familiar account of one man's passage to fatherhood and concurrent spiritual reawakening.
"A brave, warts-and-all memoir."
"A shivering, quaking memoir of broken faith that needed an earthly miracle . . . the raw truth."
"An endearingly simple, straightforward love story."