Some women always get it right. Kindergarten teacher Meg Thompson, on the other hand, consistently makes the wrong decisions - and she is currently single, pregnant, and alone. Meg is determined to make changes in her life, to be a better mother than her own had been. No revolving door of men. No man, period. Just a single-minded focus on her baby. Her resolution would be easier to keep if not for hot cop, Scott Dare. He insinuates himself in her life, making Meg want to believe in happily ever after, even if history has taught her to know better.
When Scott Dare hears Meg's friends are determined she have a night of hot sex, before her life changes forever, he decides that man must be him. Their one night is mind blowing and life altering. And Scott, a man already burned by his ex-wife, finds himself all in anyway. While protecting Meg from her violent ex and becoming part of her increasingly complicated life, he's falling hard and he can't seem to find distance. Not when their bodies respond to each other with such heated intensity and he's drawn to her unique combination of strength and vulnerability.
But Meg's future is one Scott has accepted he'll never have, even if his growing feelings say otherwise....
I would have liked this more if the pregnancy wasn't an after thought. I liked the dominant Hero, the heroine was actually smart and didn't do stupid shit. I would have liked an epilogue showing how the hero and his family accepted the baby as their own. Does she still teach? even though my issues were smaller threads of the story I still like for things to be wrapped up in a bow with no loose strings.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Meg deserves the love she's never had from anyone, parents included. Scott, well like all the other Dare kids has been hurt by their father and betrayed by his ex-wife. Seeing these two people find in each other what they both desperately want and need is amazing.
I enjoyed the story overall, I just felt that a pregnant Meg got into a physical relationship with Scott way too early, but that's just me.
I just hate that they are so short but I would introduced them to all my friends
I really enjoyed this audiobook! Once I started it I just could not put it down!
Very well narrated! You could listen and feel the characters moods, their personalities, everything!