Ready or not, here comes romance…
Photographer Heidi Hughes has been single since her daughter was born. But now Maya's walking and talking, she's ready to meet someone who's happy with her cute-but-chaotic extra.
Eden Price's world is all about order and precision: in her job, her home, her friendships. A PR guru, she's designed her life to run like clockwork.
At least she had, until the universe decided she needed to meet Heidi. Now, Eden's not sure of much, because Heidi is everything she didn't want, but now categorically does. Can the family-phobic singleton really be falling for the single mum?
Book six in the London Romance series features cats, kids and calamity, along with chocolate spread exactly where you want it. Clare Lydon has done it again with another glittering and hilarious romantic comedy!
Strap in for the latest feel-good, laugh-out-loud London adventure!
Spread on Toast
Heidi and Eden, what can I say? Their meeting started out smashing, literally. Eden smashed into Heidi at the Pharmacy. Quite the rough start. Both are hard working women that don’t take time for themselves. Both throw themselves into work but for different reasons. Heidi owns her own successful Photographer business and is also raising adventurous toddler Maya, with the help of loving friends and family. Eden is highly successful at her advertising marketing job, but also avoids all relationships, as she has not had the best experiences since childhood. Her philosophy is to just not let people in and she won’t get hurt again. Are these two doomed from the start? Can they get past their issues? Will anyone ever want chocolate spread on toast again? You’ll need to read this sweet story to find out!
Skipped to the end
Worst of the series thus far. I don’t like kids so the fact that this book is mostly about the kid was a bummer. I should have skipped this one. Looking forward to the next and hoping it’s better.
Love a story with children. They’re so unpredictable and keeps you on your toes; not just the parent(s) but also would be prospects.
A birthday kiss sets up the whole story which I found to be Ms. Lydon’s best book by far.
Can’t wait to see or hear about her next book in the series. Looking forward to it.