He’s a single father of three, ready to settle down. She’s child-free, fun-loving, and hiding a secret. When these opposites attract, will their deal breakers turn into heart-breakers?
Wild-hearted Hope Clayton is the business expert fixing companies to save them from bankruptcy—yet she’s been unable to fix her own sentimental life. When her job sends her temporarily to Orlando, Florida, she decides to stop chasing love and just have some fun. What can go wrong in the state of sunshine and the city of Theme parks?
A blink later, a war has erupted between her team of yuppie business consultants and the client company’s parents. Soon, Hope’s biggest job account is threatened, and so are her plans to remain uninvolved. Among those parents is intriguing, attractive, and decidedly serious TJ Wagner—The man who shook her heart with his music on her last trip there.
Conservative single father TJ Wagner is a musical genius with an accountant day job. He’s looking for a serious relationship and a stepmother for his three kids. Why can’t he stop wanting a woman who lives 2500 miles away and has been clear she wants nothing to do with children?
Clashing life choices. Mickey Mouse phobias. Single-life re-launches and occasional pearls of wisdom. This spicy and hilarious story will keep you turning pages to find out if love can really conquer all deal breakers.
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Nourish your soul!
This book will rock your body and nourish your soul. As a physician, D. Pichardo-Johansson sees through human anatomy, into the spirit of her characters, whose beating hearts, both of blood and of love, you won’t soon forget. Hope for Harmony is that rare feel-good novel whose characters face the problems of every adult — those of marriage, family, sex, and money, reminding us to be grateful for what we possess — while also offering us solutions to the challenges we still face.
Parent or Child-Free, this book will make you smile in recognition
The rich, funny characters stole my heart from the get go. Tom (T.J.) is adorable. It's a fresh breath of air to meet a male main character who is not the impossibly perfect playboy or billionaire. Tom instead is an “ordinary” man – even shy – who doesn't seem to deserve a second look, but once you get to know him captivates you and surprises you with unexpected extraordinary talents. Hope and her friends rubbed me a little in the wrong way at first glance, with their apparent excess self security, yet she really grew on me the more I got to know her and her background story. The author does a very good job making their chemistry and connection come across as very real in spite of the apparent incompatibility one would have expected between two such different people. The friends around them, especially Louis, add a touch of hilarity that complements the romance part of the story adding a huge dose of entertainment, laughter, and even unexpected enlightenment. Whether you are a parent, or a child-free person sick and tired of hearing parents whine about their love-hate relationships with their kids, this book will make you smile in recognition and even laugh out loud.