One man. One woman. Two dogs.
Meet Molly—New York's most famous advice columnist, she considers herself an expert at relationships…as long as they're other people's. Still bruised from her last breakup, Molly is in no rush to find happily-ever-after—the only love of her life is her dalmatian, Valentine.
Meet Daniel—A cynical divorce lawyer, he's hardwired to think relationships are a bad idea. If you don't get involved, no one can get hurt. Until he finds himself borrowing a dog to meet the gorgeous woman he sees running in Central Park every morning…
Molly and Daniel both think they know everything about relationships. But as they try—and fail—to resist their undeniable chemistry, they'll soon discover they just might have a lot left to learn…
Fun and Flirty
What a fun, flirty, and romantic read. Molly and Daniel both think they can't do relationships, that they are not capable of falling in love. I was charmed by Daniel from the get go with his flirtatious and outrageous comments, but he is also sweet, caring and loyal. Molly is cautious, but Daniel worms his way past her walls. There is a lot of humor and funny situations throughout the story as one misunderstanding after another happens. As their friendship/relationship grows, they both discover things about themselves and change for the better. Looking forward to the upcoming books in the series.
I love reading a story that has every emotion & this is a great story. Thank you I loved it.
New York, Actually
Another good book by Sarah! You will enjoy it from start to end!