Lawyer Cathleen O'Dowd wants to break free from her boring image. Widowed young, she's toed the good-girl line but now wants a little fun and laughter in her days…and nights. Living in a small town, though, she can't do anything that would tarnish her professional reputation.
Mac Frayne's tragic past has turned him into a sullen loner. In town to write a book on the city's founder, his plan is to get it done, then head home to his solitary existence.
When circumstances force them to work together, their opposing personalities clash, but the sexual attraction between them is palpable.
Can a simple affair with an end date be just the thing to brighten up their lives?
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This book is the second installment in A Match Made in Heaven and features Cathleen, a widowed attorney living in Heaven (New Hampshire) who must maintain a spotless professional reputation, and Mac, an author with a horrific tragedy in his past who comes to Heaven to write a book on its founder. These two lost souls when it comes to love are immediately attracted to each other and go from friendship to an affair with an end date. I highly recommend this heartwarming book with believable and well developed characters and a plot which includes strong emotions, drama, a touch of humor, passion, and steamy romance.
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Older Couple Romance
Cathy and Mac were an older couple, she almost 40 and he in his 40s and they weren’t looking for a serious relationship when they acted on their attraction to each other. They both had cheating lying spouses who were killed. He is bitter about lawyers after the teen who killed his wife and daughter texting while driving got off free and she is lawyer. I felt for her when her elderly dog died because I’m dealing with the end of life with mine right now too and trying to decide what’s best. This was a sexy romance with several sad and funny moments. Cathy’s matchmaking grandmother is a riot and I can’t wait to see what she does with her last single granddaughter Maureen.