Track coach Andrea O'Connor fumed at the audacity of Ian Powers, the very attractive father of one of her students. He had offered to buy school equipment only if Andrea agreed to train him for a half-marathon.
Well, train him, she would. And not just in running. As a widower with a high-powered job, Ian needed some instruction in being a father to an active teenage daughter. Yet as this overbearing man opened up, Andrea found herself learning lessons - in loving.
Ian knew that, with her assertive attitude and penchant for stilettos, Andrea was some woman! But her vulnerable heart was on the run, so he'd have to prove that his love, unlike his running, had limitless endurance - and once he caught this swift beauty, he'd never let her go.
©2010 Donna Fasano (P)2013 Donna Fasano
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not sure - I wasn't blown away but it wasn't like having a root canal ......
you know what it was just a listen .... nothing special but not painful.
not sure .... I won't listen to it a second time.
This book did not grab my attention! I can't say it is a bad listen. I switched to a different book in the middle of listening and will probably go back and finish it when I don't have anything that is grabbing my attention. I would definitely call this a filler book. Lot of arrogance and back and forth banter; its like the author is trying to hard.
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