From national best-selling author M. Malone comes a tale about broken dreams, determination, and the healing power of love. Get caught up in the magic in the newest installment of The Alexanders series.
Matt Simmons is over Army doctors poking him. But when his sister won't stop nagging him to see their old babysitter, now a sought after physical therapist, he gives in just to get some peace.
Penelope Lewis is finally putting down roots after a lifetime of moving around. She's got everything she wants, except the settled suburban life she longs for. All she needs is the perfect guy, which means NO military men.
When Matt realizes that his old babysitter is h-o-t, he's suddenly seeing the benefits of therapy. But Penny still sees him as the bratty kid she used to babysit. Suddenly, he has a new mission in life….
©2013 M. Malone (P)2013 M. Malone
A reviewer at Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I don't go anywhere without a book -ebook or audiobook.
Great love story surrounded by family. I'm solidly sold on this series. Each book gets hotter, the world larger and the characters become family. Even as we get a sexy little love story, the author introduces other characters to be featured in future books.
The story was good. I would have like to get a better idea about how Matt and Penny felt about Penny being his baby sittet. However, it was a sweat story.
This book was way too predictable. The story line felt like it was dragging a lot because I knew where it was going and I wanted it to just get on with it! Didn't care for the narration either.
Books speak to the soul.
I loved the characters but the story was average. Maybe I shouldn't have had such high expectations. The narration was spot on. The character description was really good - just the world building. No excitement until the end when Matt....& Penny was afraid for him.
I'm pretty disappointed with the author. She had a very good plot, but failed to explore the actual growth of the characters. What thoughts did they have when they made decisions etc. I was hoping that there would be more conflict with Penny and Matt. She was his babysitter after all. It didn't really seem to be that much of an issue. It was almost as if she didn't really want to write this book at all.
The only good thing about this book was the narration.
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