Cassie doesn't have time for a man, dating, or any relationship not revolving around her children. Her hodgepodge family takes every ounce of strength and organizational capacity she has each day. They may have come to her in the darkest moment of her life through circumstances she would give anything to change, but now they are her entire world. As she works her freelance contracts, contends with a cranky elderly nanny with little English language skills, and tries to avert the next disaster the children hatch up, she completely misses the curve ball about to be pitched at her by Trent Thomson.
Trent is the contractor on her latest job. He and his tight-knit family run the construction company that is going to pull off a miracle turnaround on her latest project that should secure her even more lucrative contracts. He may be the oldest, and his mother's special project as the last unmarried of her five boys, but he is adamant about remaining single with no complications. When these two polar opposites meet it's anything but love at first sight. Soon the lines between professional and personal start blurring, when Cassie's boys join a baseball team Trent and his brother coach after hours. This sweet inspirational romance will have you cheering for a happy ending for this large blended family.
©2014 Angela Naff (P)2015 Angela Naff
I am a disabled Medical Technologist who uses books and audio books as a diversion from the pain of Fibromyalgia. I'm happy to review.
I was given this audio book in exchange an honest review. This was a very pleasing story. It's the story of Cassie, a very busy business woman who also happens to be raising her dead sister's six children. She meets Trent on one of the projects she's working on. He jumps to the conclusion that she is an unwed mother of children from different men. He's a man who never wants a wife and kids, but he's strangely drawn to her and her children. Could there be a future for them?
This story kept my attention and I really enjoyed it. I had a little bit of an issue with the narration. It seemed unnatural until I thought to speed it up slightly. Then it was much easier to listen to.
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