To Spencer Hurley, women only left pain and destruction in their wake. The only good thing that came from his disaster of an ex was his daughter, Annabelle. Right now, making sure Belle was taken care of and getting her the help she needed with her learning disabilities was his only focus. And if that meant moving to a new town, consider the moving truck rented and packed.
Ellie Ryan spent her childhood being judged and bullied because of her learning disabilities. Jokes on them, though, she was now the top special education teacher in her district. See, Ellie totally had her life together. Kind of. Maybe… Okay, really, she’s a word-vomiting, curvy, hot-mess, who hasn’t had a date in who knows how long. And then there was Roxy, her rude overeating dog. Nevertheless, Ellie was fiercely protective of her students. She’d gladly rip out the throat of anyone that dared to mess with her kids. Including their parents.
So, please explain to Ellie why, even after calling her new student’s father out during a disastrous parent-teacher meeting, Ellie couldn’t help being insanely attracted to the gruff single dad? Somebody, please help her. Besides, nothing good could come from it... right?
Molly has done it again, I absolutely loved this book. Not only did we get the laughter, love and crazy animals but she brought to light the struggles of learning disabilities in a way I think no one else could. Spencer and Ellie were hot from the start and there attraction was undeniable. But then you got Spencer’s daughter Belle and his dad, Ellie’s parents and best friend Sally, all hysterical. This book had it all, so amazing and well worth the read.
Love a good romcom book
Molly did it again! She has cracked me up and made me fall in love with her characters all over again!
I have no idea where to start.
Ellie is hilarious and reminds me of the author who wrote her. But I love Belle. She is adorable. Roxy is ornery. Randal is where it's at though. He cracked me up the most! I want to see him in future works.
Ellie has known bullying and discrimination [of a way] all her life. Having a learning disability should never make you feel less than anyone else. That is what she wants to ensure for all her students. Enter Annabelle Hurley and in turn, her father Spencer and things are about to heat up in here!
This book will crack you up, make you laugh, get emotional, cry, want to throw something but in the end, put you all together again in an amazing HEA.
I recommend to EVERYONE, not just rom-com readers.