Newly divorced and romantically pessimistic, Ian Pratchett doesn't know why he's been set up with Penny Parker. She's unrelentingly positive, utterly superstitious, and sexually inexperienced - everything Ian is not. But when sparks fly between them, Ian sees the possibility of a life he'd given up hoping for...with a woman he would never have expected.
Contains mature themes.
©2015 Abigail Barnette (P)2016 Tantor
That it was REAL...not some fluffy over the top unbelievable garbage.
Did not want it to end!
Abigail Barnette has written a wonderful story and her humor is delivered as needed perfectly by Antony Ferguson with such a romantic accent. The plot is good, I think the female lead could have had stronger lines to have made her a little more human but Mr. Ferguson carried all the characters well for the author. I've found a new author and will certainly buy more books by Ferguson.
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