“I want to live on the wild side for once!” On her thirtieth birthday, Gwen turns to rum to drown her sorrows. Her husband has left her, and though her life revolves around raising her two children, it feels empty lately. What has she accomplished in her life? Her neighbor Spense happens to overhear her drunken mumbling and gives her another birthday present—a hot birthday kiss that awakens a storm in Gwen’s heart! But hunky Spense is a successful entrepreneur, and Gwen’s a plain Jane. She knows the kiss was only a joke, yet she's starting to have feelings for him...
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- singles can find true love 5
- JAB 09/27/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
I loved this story because there was no virgins or overbearing tycoons. Just some single parents going through the struggles of their personal life of raising kids on their own. I hated the spouses of the hero and the heroine because the hero's spouse doesn't want her daughter and the heroine's spouse treats his ex-wife who supported him through med school, helps his doctor friends with their taxes, and treats his sons like they were little medals hanging around his neck that he takes off when he doesn't need them......okay, let's face it, he's a jerk. The hero and the heroine start off simple through their kids like coordinating a babysitting schedule so one person can go out. The hero is so polite and kind to the heroine and I love the heroine's outgoing personality. I love the side characters from the kids who actually have good parts in the book to the sisters of the heroine who express their hateful opinions of the heroine's ex. It's great watching the hero and heroine bond not only through their kids but also on a personal time. It's so sweet and adorable, but there is a little hint of passion towards the end when the heroine wants to be in control. That is something new. This is a great story to read.
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