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Twenty-three years ago, Fiona gave up her baby when her teen fiancé abandoned her. A chance meeting with Sean, former tech company founder and now a barista, leads to a startling revelation: his coworker, Holly, looks like a younger version of Fiona. Sean helps Fiona through the emotional roller coaster of getting to know her grown up daughter. Fiona’s life is too complicated for romance, and Sean doesn’t want to get between mother and daughter. Still, something sparks between them. Should they stay just friends or risk their hearts?
The Furrever Friends Cat Café helps people find furry forever friends – and just might lead to romantic true love too.
Sean helps Fiona through the emotional roller coaster of getting to know the adult daughter she gave up for adoption. Should they stay just friends or risk their hearts?
“This story will hit home with anyone who has had to make hard decisions in their lives and have ever wondered what if? ... definitely a book well worth getting your hands on! Highly recommended.” – MarielThe Furrever Friends Cat Café helps people find furry forever friends – and just might lead to romantic true love too. Visit the Furrever Friends Sweet Romance series page on Amazon US or Amazon UK.
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This could be fun. Holly enjoyed his weird sense of humor.
Sean dropped into the seat next to her. “The raven flies at midnight,” he muttered out of the side of his mouth, as if they were spies meeting in an old movie.
The woman jerked up and twisted to stare at him.
It wasn’t Holly.
Sean’s face flamed. “Oh! Um. Sorry, I thought you were someone else. Wow, you really look like her. Except you’re a lot older.” He winced. “Not that you’re old.” Women could be sensitive about that kind of thing. “Only, I think she’s twenty-three, and you’re clearly …”
He trailed off. What would be least offensive? She was probably around forty, a good decade younger than he was, but if he guessed at that and overshot – or even if he was correct – she might still be hurt. For some reason, most women hated to look their age.
“Over thirty?” he suggested.
She kept staring. He couldn’t blame her. He was socially awkward at the best of times, so if he recognized how inappropriate he’d been, it must be bad. An attractive woman like her probably got all kinds of weird pickup lines.
Should he tell her he wasn’t hitting on her?
No. That usually went poorly, one way or the other.
Kris also writes romantic suspense set in the Southwestern U.S. If you love Mary Stewart or Barbara Michaels, try Kris Bock’s stories of treasure hunting, archaeology, and intrigue in the Southwest. Learn more at www.krisbock.com or visit Kris Bock’s Amazon US page or Amazon UK page. (For other countries click here.)