Nobody does it betterab Devoted to her nursing career and her college-age son, Leslie Wilkes isnat looking for love. But when she spots an adorable young man sitting at the bar while celebrating her fiftieth birthday, she secretly buys him a drink. Construction worker Robin Thatcher has always preferred older women. He canat believe his luck when he deduces that the woman of his dreams paid for that drink. Determined not to lose her, he contrives a meeting. Robin is the cutest thing Leslie has ever seen, and her heart overrules her head when he begs her to follow him home. A long weekend of passion and tenderness has them suspecting they were made for each other. Unfortunately, the gap between their ages isnat the only impediment to future bliss. Other obstacles are even more dauntingaespecially those they have yet to discoverab... her own opinion of his mother to herself. aBut Ia#39;m guessing she shared at least part of the responsibility.a Receiving attention for bad behavior was sometimes better than no attention at alla which might explain the spanking preference.
|Publisher||:||Derrymane Press - 2013-08-07|