All Grown Up All Grown Up

All Grown Up

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Publisher Description

A new, sexy standalone from #1 New York Times Bestseller, Vi Keeland.

When I first encountered Ford Donovan, I had no idea who he was…well, other than the obvious.  Young, gorgeous, successful, smart.  Did I mention young?  If I did, it bears repeating.  Ford Donovan was too young for me.

Let’s back up to how it all started.  My best friend decided I needed to start dating again.  So, without my knowledge, she set up a profile for me on a popular dating site—one that invited men ages twenty-one to twenty-seven to apply for a date.  Those nicknamed Cunnilingus King were told they’d go straight to the top for consideration.  The profile wasn’t supposed to go live.  Another point that bears repeating—it wasn’t supposed to.  

Nevertheless, that’s how I met Ford, and we started messaging.  He made me laugh; yet I was adamant that because of his age, we could only be friends.  But after weeks of wearing me down, I finally agreed to one date only—my first after twenty years of being with my high school sweetheart.  I knew it couldn’t last, but I was curious about him.

Though, you know what they say…curiosity kills the cat.

My legs wobbled walking into the restaurant.

Ford was seated at the bar.  When he turned around, he took my breath away.

His sexy smile nearly melted my panties.  

But…he looked so familiar.  

As I got closer I realized why.  

He was the son of the neighbor at our family’s summer home. 

The boy next door.

Only now…he was all man.  

I hadn’t seen him in years.

I left the restaurant and planned to put the entire crazy thing behind me.  

Which I did.  Until summer came.

And guess who decided to use his family’s summer home this year?  

July 8
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Customer Reviews

c_ragz ,

Love this author

I came across Vi’s books when I was looking for a read to occupy my time during an airplane ride, and from there everything was history. I love the small humor she has in all her books. They all have everyday struggle people deal with, that you don’t realize, but in the end, love always wins! And in this book age is just a number, because when you feel the right connection with someone, nothing else matters :)

Janelleann3 ,

Vi did it again 😍😍

So initially I put off reading this book because I was sure if I was going to like it, so I let the hype of release day die down before I said to heck with it Vi has disappointed me thus far. So I starting reading this book before I had to be at work bad move on my part I made it half way through the book before I had to stop and all I could think about at work was Valentina and Ford. It’s was the sweetest story ever I loved that ford knew what he wanted from the beginning but was willing to give Valentina time to realize that’s what she wanted too. I loved how real the story was from Valentina getting pregnant young, spending years with someone only to have it end then having to find yourself again in the mist of all of that. So I was really happy that her and Ford got their happily ever after even though there were a few bumps in the road it worked out in the end. Good I don’t know how I thought this book was going to disappoint me because it did the total opposite.

RomanceBookJunkie#2 ,

Good read but...

I like my books to have more passion and heat. If your not into that then this book is for you.

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