Jaxon has spent years trying to move past his own inner demons. His ex-wife was a junkie who let their young daughter die rather than miss a score. Though he has committed his career to saving lives, he can't shake the feeling he should have done more back then. When the single mother and doctor finally meet, it seems like fate. A car accident turns a shared glance into a chance at happiness neither one expected or believes they deserve.
Becoming a teenaged matchmaker extraordinaire, Donda's son, Gabriel, is convinced the two are perfect for each other, but they aren't so sure.
Can the pair get past their troubled histories, self-doubt, and bad experiences to find love at last?
Either my son watches me much more carefully than I give him credit for or I wax poetically about men far more frequently than I realize, because the man in the car next to me looks like something I could’ve ordered off a fantasy wish list. His Royal Hotness is apparently old enough to know what he wants in life and how to get there. He obviously takes care of that gorgeous body. When he smiles at me, I literally feel the ground move.
Visit the other blogs on this tour to find out more.
There is an author interview and several book reviews.
- Lavern Winters: Peachy’s Insights
- Rainne Atkins: Just Books ← you are here
- Andy Peloquin: Andy Peloquin
- Sahara Foley: Readers' Junction
- Mistral Dawn: Mistral Dawns Musings
- Savanna Morgan: Savannah’s Thought Garden
- Paul White: Ramblings from a Writers Mind
- Ani Manjikian: Right the Writer
- Kristin Bowers: I Don’t Get Sundays
- Jessica Wren: Jessica Wren Fiction