Show of hands, ladies--Who has time for the one who got away?
Not me. I’m a busy woman. It’s wedding season in Bliss River and my catering business is slammed.
The last thing I need is a blast from the past, sweeping into my perfectly ordered life, talking sweet and acting even sweeter, making me think about kissing so often I start to wonder if there’s something wrong with me.
Spoiler alert: There is.
It’s been waaaay too long since I’ve made room for kissing on my To Do list.
Easy fix: I’ll play doctor with Mason Stewart until I get my ex out of my system. It shouldn’t take long. I give him seven days—seven dates—and then we’ll go our separate ways and I’ll finally move on.
The only problem?
Turns out Mason is even dreamier, sexier, more intense and magnetic than he used to be, and the only place I want to move is into his bed. Full time.
Maybe a second chance is exactly what the doctor ordered?
Or do I need a second opinion?
Dating Dr. Dreamy was previously published as Betting on You. It has been extensively revised and expanded for this new edition.
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2nd Chance done right!
This is a great second chance love story!
Mason & Lark. High school best friends turned sweethearts.
Mason has some baggage and leaves shortly after a big day for them.
4-year later he’s back to win his Sunshine back!
I love 2nd chance stories! Lark and Mason have had very different up bringing. Lark comes from a very happy childhood and definitely has her mind set on her future life. Mason had a rough life up until he meets Lark. They fall in love and Mason is going to go to medical school. Lark thought she was moving with him but Mason gets cold feet the day after he proposed to her. He left for New York without her. Years later they meet again. Oh the ups and downs! It just gets better from there! Not going to spoil this great love story! It’s a great read!!
A Super Sweet Rom Com
The dating concept in this book is super cute. Of course, anyone can be charming and thoughtful and go all out for a week. And the black moment seemed kind of minor to me. I guess it played on certain sore spots, but I didn’t understand how it became such a big thing. The one I was annoyed with was the one who kept prying into other people’s business. And I don’t know if this is a minor spoiler but... one of my pet peeves is when a book does a time jump after the black moment. All this time goes by and nothing happens. Seriously?
Outside of the romance, I hated the way Mason felt an obligation to his uncle. The dude is super abusive. Mason needs to run away and never look back. Being family and taking you in, only to hurt you at every turn, is not a bond worth fighting for.
There were a lot of laughs in this book. I had a really good time reading it. And if anyone knows Melody’s ex, I would love his number. I find babies to be pretty gross as well.