May 142012
 

Hott Synopsis

Mille is in a sinking ship. Figuratively, of course. The patrons of her restaurant think she’s got commitment issues. It’s not that exactly, it’s just that, well… she wants more than Deer Park has to offer and these men just aren’t it.Her saving grace comes in the form of newly returned David Denvers. Recently widowed, David has returned to take over his father’s dental practice and give his son a more stable environment. Things would be wonderful except, his mother has decided that her dearest friend’s daughter would be a great match for David – Whereas, David thinks she’s more stalker material.

When the two catch up on the slopes – yet another blind date arranged my Millie’s mom – they devise a fool proof plan to overcome and conquer their meddling loved ones.

Or are they just fooling themselves?

Hott Review

Fun, emotional, and inspirational. I really enjoyed Millie and Eva, her mom, they were great fun. The romance was sweet but not the focus of the story.

Contrary to the cover design, this story is not one that pivots around winter or holidays.

I’d definitely read this again!

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Author: Kim O’Brien
Grade: B+
Ages: 16+
Steam: Y/A

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