Single mother Mindi Linn awakes from a dream about her legs wrapped around Mr. Brown Eyes, realizing she hasn’t had sex in a decade! Determined to make up for lost time, she’s hitting coffee bars and the gym, looking for Mr. Right. But her abusive past has taught her that men can be deviously deceiving. It takes time to get to know someone, and even then, she can misjudge.
Mitch Machado is a successful architect in Seattle with dark-chocolate brown eyes. He’s worked hard for his financial success and used to enjoy his freedom, but now he wants more. Now he wants substance – a wife, a home, a family.
Too busy, beat, and busted from raising her nine-year-old son, Ben, and teaching at a poverty-prevalent, limited-language middle school near Boise, Mindi isn’t interested in meaningless meeting, dreary dates, or frivolous flings. She wants fun, freedom, and feminine frills . . . a good husband and father for Ben . . . and great sex. One problem: She isn’t sure if she still believes in love, marriage, and happily ever after.
Mitch is out to woo and win Mindi’s love, but she wants to take things slow. Slow isn’t his pace. Not in work, not in sports, not in women.
The last thing Mindi needs is more pressure, not even from an architect with scrumptiously sculpted abs who can work sex into a discussion on pizza toppings.
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