Contemporary romance from award-winning, best-selling author Karen Rose Smith...
Alex Woodsides is a single dad who wants the best for his daughter. His daughter Kristy believes her father needs a wife and she needs a mom! When Kristy lets her math grade drop, she suggests Amanda Carson - her best friend's mom who is a third grade teacher - tutor her over the summer. She believes Mrs. Carson is the perfect mom and would make a wonderful wife for her dad. Neither Alex nor Amanda suspect they're being pushed together by two nine-year-old matchmakers until it's too late. Sparks fly when they meet and keep flying as they become involved in each others lives. But Amanda has been burnt in the past by a controlling husband, and Alex gained sole custody of his daughter because her mother walked away. Will Amanda and Alex fall for each other and the parent trap their daughters have set?
Warning: Consummated love scenes.
©First edition 1999 as Mom Meets Dad, Revised and updated edition 2012 as When Mom Meets Dad Karen Rose Smith (P)2013 Karen Rose Smith
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
Sweet, predictable story. Two girls decide their parents need to hook up and precede to push them in that direction. The story was cute, both people had trust issues stemming from previous relationships. It took an almost serious accident to show them that anything can be overcome and life was for taking risks, you couldn't spend it trying to be safe.
I enjoyed this book. Johnny Peppers is a great narrator. I appreciate that he can change his tone. I love the story line.
I listened to this book traveling to and from work. I became so invested I had to listen at home as well. I feel like Amanda, Alex, Heather and Kristy are real people, and I know them. I like them.
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