- File Size: 1456 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Publisher: Crimson Fox Publishing (October 8, 2019)
- Publication Date: October 8, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07V2SZL4V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,058,335 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Full of humor, sexiness, and depth of heart." Goodreads reviewer
"Absolutely heartwarming, beautiful, and sweet." Amazon reviewer
"A gem of a romance." NetGalley reviewer
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Miranda is a labor and delivery nurse in Chicago who had been in a five-year relationship. She found out her partner, Pete, didn't want children only after she became pregnant, and his relief when she miscarries brings a definite end to the relationship.
Carlos is an Argentinian vintner visiting Chicago to sell his family's wine. He was previously married but, when he found out children were not a possibility, his wife left him. Big mistake! Dixon's characterization of Carlos had me imagining Antonio Banderas. Yummy!
Carlos and Miranda meet and, while it is immediate attraction, their relationship is like the tango, with close intimate steps and long pauses. After a steamy rendezvous in Chicago, Carlos must return to Argentina. When Miranda volunteers in a clinic in Ecuador a month later, Carlos makes an unplanned trip to be with her and ends up taking her to Argentina for a visit.
In Argentina, they finally have to deal with the elephant in the room - Miranda wants a man with father potential who can commit, while Carlos wants to commit but can't father a child. She was so focused on having her "own" baby she almost lost sight of how perfect Carlos was for her. So glad she made the right choice!
"I love you. I need you in my life, and I'll do anything to keep you."
The story is wonderful, and you will also enjoy Dixon's descriptions of Argentina and the secondary characters, especially Carlos' sister, Esperanza.
I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
I feel so bad for Carlos because he feels like he will never be good enough for a woman since he can’t give her kids. I know Miranda wants to give birth to a child, but I got so frustrated with her because she really hurt him, even after she knew how much his former wife had gutted him. I was really annoyed that she didn’t even include adoption as an option. Carlos is just such a sweet, good person, who would do anything to help some one out, so it was very sad that he was hurting so much. I was really rooting for these two. I absolutely loved this story! It was an emotional roller coaster. I absolutely adored the ending. It was perfect.I received a free copy of this book via Hidden Gems and I am voluntarily leaving a review.
Tempers flare, feelings are hurt and yet... there's that pause there. Carlos makes Miranda do things she wouldn't normally do, like beg off and go home to Argentina with him. Meeting his family, who I loved as well especially his over protective and fierce sister Esperanza. Loved her. Loved the journey through Argentina. The romance just simmers right off the pages and these two spark and court like no others. But that angst! I tend to like a low angst book, but this story pulled me in right from the beginning and man, I relished that angst! In short, this book checked every box I have and then some! I absolutely loved every single minute. Fantastic read and stellar writing!
Well done Colette!!