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on 5 February 2014
A single mother who is struggling to be a mother and earn a living doesn't really have time for a player like Trey DeLuca, however rich he is. Trey doesn't realise what he is missing until he meets Sara and her son and then he has to change her mind about the possibility of a future together.
This is a pretty straightforward romance with no real twists and nothing really distinguishing about it. The child is very cute and unrealistically well behaved and Sara and Trey have a textbook romance - you will have read many similar books if you like this sort of novel. If Trey's seeming isolation from his family had been explored further or if the author had left out the "comic" relief with the elderly friends and relatives the author might have been able to make this story a bit different. As it is, you will enjoy it if you like this sort of book but I didn't find it particularly distinguished in any way and I don't feel inclined to read it again.
I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.