Just like that.
That’s all it takes for me to know I wanted Ava for more than one night. She takes a single look at me and only sees a player.
The young, single mom doesn’t give her trust easily. Convincing her I want more than a one night stand is the best thing I’ve ever done until it all crashes down around me.
As I’m framed for crimes I didn’t commit, I fight to prove my innocence and battle to convince Ava and her daughter to stay.
When the stakes rise, will I be able to prove my vow of devotion?
My favorite of this series.
I so wanted to read Hudson’s book. Loved it so much.
Ava is a teacher and a single Mom trying to make ends meet in a new town.
Hudson is the fun loving Playboy. But he is also a hardworking man who wants to prove himself to his family. His brothers didn’t believe in him and is less than supportive of him.
Hudson and Ava meets in a park and at first she doesn’t give in and they become friends but Hudson wants more..
One of my favorite trope is single mom and loved the relationship between Hudson and Lilly.
The storyline in very good with a little suspense.
Loved the epilogue.
Didn’t stand up to the expectations
I was very disappointed that the relationship between the friends was missing in this book. That was why I enjoyed the series.