A Dad for Her Twins
Harlequin American, Sep 2008, $4.99
Divorcee Mackenzie Green and her nine years old twins Drew and Leslie are relocating from Raindrop, North Carolina to Atlanta with the help of Mac’s older sister Aunt Ann. The trio moves into suburban Peachy Acres in a abode that is next door to widower artist Jonathan “J.T.” Trelauney who is also the loan officer banker.
Neither Mac nor JT are interested in a relationship at this time, but both are attracted to one another from their first auspicious meeting. She distrusts men as her former spouse was a mess and her sister has marital problems too. JT has never recovered from the deaths of his wife or their child. However, as he revels in the antics of her children and even encourages their frolics, they begin to fall in love.
A DAD FOR HER TWINS is an entertaining second chance at love contemporary romance starring two nice adults not in the mood for love. The fun in the tale is J.T. learning the rules of a single mom as school nights are sacred. Although the plot is slim, fans of a well written enjoyable family drama will appreciate Tanya Michaels’ fine Georgia peach of a tale.