Since my divorce five years ago, these are the two labels I've identified with. Now, I'm ready for more. Ready to give dating a shot, even with an eight-year-old daughter and twenty-four hour shifts needing my attention.
When Sydney has a snow-day and we have an epic malfunction in the kitchen, we decide to head to the breakfast joint we've frequented for years.
Except today something is different.
Our normal waitress, Emma, isn't all baggy clothes and ducking her head to keep me from seeing her face. Today? Today I feel like I see her for the first time, and damned if our gazes don't ignite a heat I've only felt while on the job.
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I love single parent romance books. I don’t know why but I do, then add in a hot firefighter and I was sold. This was a new author for me which is one of the things I love about writing book reviews. All the new authors I get to discover.
This was a short read and I have to tell you that I loved it. I really enjoyed there wasn’t a lot of drama involved. It was a little refreshing. Sydney, Ash’s daughter, was so cute and wonderful. I think that is one of the reasons I love single parent romances. The children tend to steal the spotlight whenever they are in a scene. Ash and Emma were perfect together. They had an attraction that was scorching but at the same time Ash was careful because of Sydney. It made him an even more lovable guy.
My only complaint is that it was too short. Which is the way it is with all novellas. You get invested and before you know it the story is over and you wanted so much more.