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- Print Length: 228 pages
- Publication Date: August 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071LSC1LQ
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #337,982 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Millie, the sister who does all the cooking for the catering company agrees to a last minute booking for a tea party for Kayla, the only child of single dad Jackson. The company doesn’t usually do children’s parties, but she couldn’t say no.
Jackson, a high school literature teacher is trying to lift the spirits of his daughter after her mother, his wife, left them almost a year ago, saying she needed to find herself. He walked into Three Sisters catering intent on getting them to agree to the perfect party for his daughter. What he didn’t plan on was meeting Millie, a sweet soul trapped in the body of a goddess.
Things aren’t easy for these two. They have to deal with a moody child who doesn’t want someone else coming into her life and taking some of her father’s time and affection. There’s also the fact that Jackson still needs to find his wife so that he can finally serve her the divorce papers and give him and his daughter the chance to move on with their lives.
I thoroughly love Jackson. He’s the kind of guy we book lovers usually dream about finding. Someone who’s read the classics and loves them. I’m talking Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, even newer ones like Outlander. He’s a passionate teacher who wants to pass on his love of literature to the next generation.
If you love great romances with a HEA, then I highly recommend this story!!
This book is more than boy meets girl and the author does a great job of weaving it all together. It is the first in a series, so meeting each of the characters is feels as though you are being introduced to new friends.
This is the first book that I have read by this author and I am scratching my head trying to figure out how that is even possible!! My plan is to read even more!!
You never know what you’ll find when you open up a new book with a new to you author. I was pleasantly surprised.
While the book wasn’t very long, just over 200 pages, it was a complete story. Beginning, middle and end. No shortcuts.
I really liked the characters. They were relatable and real.
It was a sweet story, very believable. Two strangers who have an instant connection after their first meeting. Millie is a bit overworked with her new catering business. Jackson the high school English teacher. Completely out of his element wanting to give his nine year old daughter the tea party birthday she’s asked him for.
What starts out as a business connection, quickly becomes personal for both of them. They have a few bumps to get through, but they do eventually end up at their happily ever after.
It’s told in dual points of view. And gives us a peek into sister number twos story. Which I look forward to reading.
Jackson contends with his wife's abandonment and the effects it has on his young daughter, Kayla. Ms. Lopez hits all the requirements for a satisfying story: couple chemistry, a bit of angst, humor, sexy banter, and love—both romantic and familial. I love that she gives a glimpse of what is to come for the three sisters and I cannot wait to read Tasha and Dru's stories
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