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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Simon Says Mommy - Kay Stockham

Tulanes of Tennessee #4
Mass Market Paperback256 pages
Published September 8th 2009 by Harlequin

Dr. Ethan Tulane is juggling more than even his type A personality can handle. Between his new job as chief of surgery and learning to be a dad to Simon, his adopted son, Ethan is desperate. Enter Megan Rose, the temporary nanny. Simon bonds instantly with her, which makes Ethan heave a sigh of relief—even as he notices she's very good-looking.
It's not long before they're exploring those sparks between them. Megan might be the one woman he could have forever with. Too bad there's something she's not sharing—something that could send her to the door before he can talk commitment. Ethan can't let that happen, so it's time for the big guns—letting Simon persuade her!
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3 out of 5 stars (via goodreads)
I like the book but not really much. It was like I was wanting for more yet I can't figure out why I still haven't found what it is until the end. And that was the main reason why I didn't know that I was nearly done. I finished it with no breaks.


Megan, Ethan and Simon. Three different personalities with different experiences of hurt and fear. I like that even with their differences, they still found something in each other most especially Megan and Simon. Even Megan didn't really know the story behind Simon, she still felt and understood the kid.


Well, as a whole, it is a different experience reading something like this and I like it was written not that really heavy so it was not something so disturbing.


What I like:
* The story behind Megan and her sister
* nicely written


“How do I know I can trust you?”

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