One rainy night, Selena Harper was in a hurry to drive to meet her blind date. In her rush, she accidently drenched a man, Jake, walking down the sidewalk. As repayment for the wet clothes, Selena drives him home. Reluctant to part from a cute woman, Jake offers her his phone number on a card, so they can meet again. Selena arrives thirty minutes late to her date, only to find out he canceled due to unexpected business and rescheduled the date for the next day at lunch. Hurt by the rude rejection, Selena looks for Jake’s number, only to find out he was the same man she was supposed to meet! They clarify the confusion and start fresh with a mutual interest in each other. Things start to become serious, but when Jake's father appears to embezzle money from his son, it puts Selena and Jake in a tough spot. What will Jake do to protect the woman he cares for?
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- adorable. 5
- JAB 03/16/2015 2 people found the following review helpful
You have to love the beginning of the story. Both parties are heading to a blind date, not a big social dinner party. They meet in a different way and they start to socialize with one another. They don't go to immediate bed. They go to dinner, ballet, and no-sex couple stuff. It was one of the sweet things of the book. That was till the criminal of a father of the hero came and made a mess of things. He brought on the hero's fear of becoming like him making want to break up with the heroine because he doesn't want to hurt her. I loved the heroine because how she handles the break-up. She is really nice to the hero's sister and becomes friends with her. She stands up to the dirtbag-dad, defending the hero. Plus, instead of hiding the event wit the mean father and paying him, she goes straight to the hero and the police on how to handle the situation. That was a smart move. I loved how the hero said he wanted to be with her. It was soft romance. A growing love.
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