When a firefighter and the chef he's been crushing on cross paths, sparks fly.
Divorced single mom Dee has never much believed in fate until now, but something about the charming and adorably awkward flirt, Rhodes, has her intrigued and wanting to know more.
Widowed dad Rhodes has no idea who he's about to meet on the blind date his son set up but can't stop thinking about the food vlogger he's been crushing on like a hormonal teenager.
Add in nice-guy ex husbands, meddling co-workers, and food made to make even the strongest man melt, Dee and Rhodes soon discover that while their loved ones may have bought them together, somewhere along the way, fate turned into the real hero of their story.
Can these two singletons trust the hard and fast connection they've found, or will the pressure to live up to expectations stop them from being the life changers they both want and need.
This was a great read from beginning to the end. The flow of the storyline was well written and developed through to the end. The characters are engaging and had me hooked.
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This book is definitely more on the sensitive side, but it was done so well on touchy subjects of love loss and single parenting. I absolutely loved the author’s takeaway of how you can find another to love. The established relationships are so well grounded with the sons you can’t help but fall in love with all these characters. I am so looking forward to more in this series.
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A sweet story that will melt your heart!
A sweet story that will melt your heart! Rhodes, a widower finds himself back in the dating world with an unexpected Dee a divorced single mom. They hit it off before they even knew that they were being set up on a date. What happens next was cute, sizzling and oh so heart warming. I enjoyed the easy to read storyline with likable characters that you can’t help but root for their HEA. This was only my first read by the author and it did not disappoint.