After divorcing her cheating ex-husband years ago, 42 year old Lauren McCarthy is pleased with herself for finding ways to be happy that don't involve dating and men. Who needs that kind of headache or heartache anyway? Her best friends call her a saint for choosing a celibate life over a man in her bed, but Lauren considers it just self-preservation. That's why it's so painful now to find herself seriously attracted to a married man.
Or at least, James Gallagher says he's married, even though Lauren has never actually seen him with a wife. His answers to her questions about it are vague and frustrating. Lauren doesn't want to risk getting to know Jim only to find out he's as bad as her ex. In fact, there are many reasons not to get involved with the mysterious man, but desire for him keeps overriding her common sense.
Every single time James Gallagher puts his desperate and needy hands on her, the only thought Lauren has is that Jim belongs to her. If he would only trust her with his secrets, she might be willing to risk her saintly reputation if it meant ending up in Jim's arms.
©2011 Donna McDonald (P)2014 Donna McDonald
It ranks up there fairly high!! The narrator does a great job bringing the book to life in your mind!
The way I can visualize what is happening based in the tone of the narrator's voice.
My most favorite is "Dating a Cougar' but this one is still great!!!
Saintly is in the eye of the beholder!!!
Listen!! You won't be sorry!!!
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