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.
With the wounds from a bad breakup still healing, Penny Parker is reluctant to dive back into the dating scene. She's especially wary of being set up with an older man, but Ian Pratchett wants the same future she's after: family, stability, and true love. Though all the signs point to Ian being the One, can the timing ever be right between two people born decades apart?
This was such a realistic, endearing, imperfect love story - it was funny, witty and charming. I never wanted it to end.