Release Date: 20 September 2021
Molly Princeton hasn’t met the right guy. Yes, she’s a dating coach. But she’s also a single mom with a rocky relationship history. She may be able to help others find love, but she doesn’t really need it in her life. Happiness doesn’t require falling in love. Winning a matchmaker competition however requires being part of a couple. And darn it, she needs to win this one. That’s when she sets her sights on Gavin Frank—the one man she would absolutely never fall in love with.
Gavin is her nemesis, her best friend’s ex, and yeah, okay, he’s sexy as sin. He’s also off limits. But she’s out of other options. Plus Gavin could use a fake relationship to keep his meddling mother from setting up blind dates with every available woman in the Mile High City. There’s no way he’d fall for Molly. None. Nada.
The two quickly learn there’s a thin line between hate and love, and she finds herself tipping onto the wrong side. For the first time, she doesn’t have all the answers. What the heck is she supposed to do next? Lucky for her, Gavin realizes there’s something about Molly he can’t resist…
My Review 5 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing LLC for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
Molly is a single mother to an 8 year old boy and his best friends are the twins of her best friend Rachel and her ex-husband Gavin who has made some questionable decisions in the past, therefore on principle Molly has never liked him. However when Rachel gets married to Gavins brother, things take a change when he dives into a lake to rescue her son when he is trying to be a stuntman.
While Gavin is currently on a voyage of self discovery after his fiancee left him, Molly is a MyTube influencer who gives dating tips online and gets paid with ads and online views.
Molly soon discovers that there is more to Gavin than meets the eye after she spends time with him and actually gives him a chance as a decent person. Gavin admits his faults and that he is trying to be a better person and may still mess up.
Mollys friends are a great support and she has the support and love of her landlady Agnes who has been like a mother to her and a grandmother to her son.
I really enjoyed the journey of this pair and the supporting roles of the friends and family that they have and I am really looking forward to Aprils story.