When they both hit a writer's block, her friend suggests Blair go out on a date with the british hot guy (Declan Bennet) she met at the library and maybe have more than dinner with him.
Declan is a single father. He meets Blair through his son, Drake at the library. He wants to get to know her better and asked her out but Declan doesn't want a serious relationship. He had a bad marriage and he doesn't want to confuse his son either.
Blair knows Declan is a package deal and soon she realizes she doesn't mind. Now, can Declan change his mind about commitment?
This is my first book by this author and I wanted to like it but I had a hard time connecting with the heroine. She didn't seem to like her family very much even during a hard time for all of them. On the other hand, I respected her honesty with Bennet when the time was due and I liked her interactions with Drake. I can see her being a good stepmother.
Declan and Drake were both easy to love. What a beautiful British duo! They both won me over pretty soon. I sighed every time Declan gave her a book. Too sweet.
“That’s when you know it’s right. When everything is telling you that it’s wrong, except you know. You can feel it. It’s undeniable.”3.5/5 Fangs