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Ella is fuller figured woman with a cheating boyfriend that she's kicked to the curb. Ella sets out to find a man that is willing to have family with her. Ella goes out with her friend Jo whose the complete opposite of Ella in every way. Hitting the bar scene isn't something that Ella wants to do but finds it necessary to find Mr. Right or more accurately Mr. Almost Right. Mark has been burned badly and only seeking an one night stand until Ella enters his life. Mark really isn't ready to enter into another relationship yet Ella challenges him. Mark can't figure out why Ella is rooted in his mind. Will Mark change his ways? Can Ella accept Mark as is? Your answers await you in Mr. Almost Right.
This new to me author did an excellent job of creating this story and characters. The story and characters were rich, bold, honest, real, raw, complex, fascinating, and quite the page turner too. I look forward to more from this author in the future.
I'm sorry, but I must say I wasn't able to find the typos or grammatical errors ! If one wants to read about sex, she should find other types of books.
I really enjoyed reading it. I would definitely recommend this book and author to everyone.
This book has typos or grammatical errors like every 5th word or on the same words throughout the book. It was distracting. 'downed' should be 'dawned' or 'crush course' vs 'crash course' and just wrong syntax. I think this is one of those computer generated books that are popping up; there are expressions that are not use here in the USA or in Canada. I'm not against erros but too many in one book that should have been proof read and edited are among the worst books to read.