Brooke Rossi knows how to stay in control.
After all, finding herself a single mother to twins after her ‘allergic to responsibility’ ex-boyfriend left town has kinda set the bar for whatever might come her way. Except the day-to-day realities of single motherhood has her juggling in a way that she couldn’t anticipate, which is why she’s one sleepless night away from a padded cell.
One scorching, clothes-free visit past the boundaries they put in place, and Brooke finds herself facing the most uncontrollable situation of all: risking her heart to a man who’s never had to take care of one before.
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I really liked that Michael and Brooke already knew each other so they didn’t really have that awkward first meet or get to know the basics of each other they already knew all that and I really liked that about this story. I really loved how they built on the relationship and how they had these rules to make sure they didn’t break anything whilst Michael was helping build her little hairdresser corner for her house. It was really amusing watching them make the rules as well as break them.
The twins! Oh, my! The twins were the most adorable things ever! I loved them, Brooke was such a good mum and the scenes where the twins were with Michael were one of the cutest and they honestly made my heart melt. It was perfect. I feel like it did a good job at representing motherhood and how a single mum still has to raise her kids and support her kids. I loved how strong of a character Brooke was and she didn’t want to rely on anyone and just wanted to do it for herself so I really loved that about her character.
The way that Michael and Brooke fell in love it was easy and it felt natural for the two characters, it wasn’t one of those forced falling in love which I loved. It just seemed natural, them together it was like it was meant to be.
I loved the story and the direction it went and the business aspect of it, I don’t want to obviously give the story away so there are some things I won’t be writing about. One thing that was really prominent in this story was the sister relationship between Julia and Brooke I love seeing sister relationships be strong in stories and they were both there for each other. I’m sure there’s a story about her in the series. I’m not sure, I do want to find out though! The friendship groups for both Michael and Brooke was heavily prominent in the book and I loved seeing them all together!