They're older. They're wiser. So why aren't they finding Mr. Right?
The feisty heroines of The Perfect Date series are seasoned about life and romance, but not necessarily wiser about love. The stories in this collection are romantic comedies with attitude.
Book 4 - Never Ever Satisfied
If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen. Right? That’s easier said than done when Chef Trudy Baker has to co-host the cooking show of Chef Jack Dozen. Problem is Jack’s a jilted former love who would rather throw Trudy into the fire than share the spotlight with her. Sexy Jack has all the right ingredients for the perfect man, except he’s too young for her. The recipe of the network putting them together on TV is one that spells disaster. The only thing she and Jack ever cooked up together was trouble.
Book 5 - Never Be Her Hero
Della needs a hero. Anybody got a cape Elliston can borrow? How can a 31-year-old guy in his prime have a dating emergency? Elliston stupidly told his best client that he would bring a date to his weekend function, but then he got too busy with work to actually get off his butt and find one. Enter Dr. Della Livingston—the perfect fake date. Maybe he’s nuts from months of working too hard, but he’s beginning to wish this whole fake date thing wasn’t so fake.
Book 3 - Never Try To Explain
All she wants is a friend. What’s wrong with that? Sure Jellica felt a smidge guilty for the money Greg Skyler spent on their date, but what did a man who wears sweater vests expect from a woman who wears crystals, burns sage, and teaches yoga? The two of them are never going to be the romance of the century. In fact, they have absolutely nothing in common. So why is Greg acting so surprised and hurt to hear she wants only to be friends? Before her mind can sort it out, Greg’s sister is stalking her, his mother becomes her lawyer, and Greg starts bossing her around in the nicest way possible. Plus he’s still trying to kiss her. And he’s a really good kisser. Talk about confusing.