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I enjoyed this story a lot and although I agree with other reviewers that Kate was too much of a doormat when it came to her father and his obnoxious wife, Angela, I also know that people like those two exist in real life and that it’s not easy to take harsh steps to cut ties with them. Kate wanted the father that existed only in her mind, the father she had always wanted him to be, and so she still hopes he will become that man. She finds out once and for all that he is a selfish man who broke her mother’s heart when he left her for another woman and he will always be out only for number one.
Kate's life takes an exciting turn when two years after her difficult divorce she falls for Jackson Graham, a complex man who is a chef at a local restaurant and who, unbeknownst to her, has had a secret crush on her for years. Her wonderful group of friends push her along and amidst the invasion of her house by her father, his awful wife and their yapping Pomeranian, she manages to find her path to true love with Jackson Graham.
Language and sexual situations may offend some readers.
First, the h was a doormat and allowed her father and step-mother to walk all over her and treat her horribly, and this is as an adult. I just can't relate to that. I would have had them packing the night they showed up! She allowed hired help to dictate to her, telling her how to run her business and then take something of hers when the person left. Again, that person would only attempt to tell me how to run my business once; after that, I would show them the door.
She went on a date with a model-perfect man, only to have him talk about his ex-wife for hours. She next listened to this every night for hours without telling him goodbye. Like I said, I just can't relate.
The other thing I can't relate to is telling her girlfriends literally "everything"! It's okay to have girlfriends and share parts of your life with them, but I would have to draw the line on some of the things she shared. So, all in all, I had no respect for the h at all.
As to the H, he wasn't much better. He had earned his reputation as a verbal bully and a love 'em and leave 'em type of guy. Actually, it was the (smart) girls that left "him"! He was also a coward when it came to relationships. However, he worked to overcome his defects, so that things could potentially work out with the h.
I don't want to give the plot away, so I'll stop this review at this point. I will say that I'll most likely try another book by this author, so the book wasn't all that bad. I'd give it 3.25 stars.