Dating A Silver Fox (Book 5 of the Never Too Late Series)

Dating A Silver Fox (Book 5 of the Never Too Late Series)

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by Donna McDonald
     
 
It really is never too late to fall in love...

Widowed and over sixty might not sound like the perfect life to some people, but Lydia fully intends to remain single. Book 4 of this humorous romantic comedy saga finds the dashing and sexy, Morrison Fox, trying to woo the reluctant and sassy, Lydia McCarthy. The results are as funny as they are surprising.

Overview

It really is never too late to fall in love...

Widowed and over sixty might not sound like the perfect life to some people, but Lydia fully intends to remain single. Book 4 of this humorous romantic comedy saga finds the dashing and sexy, Morrison Fox, trying to woo the reluctant and sassy, Lydia McCarthy. The results are as funny as they are surprising.

Lydia McCarthy doesn't want any man in her life, much less an incorrigible old flirt like Morrison Fox. Widowed since her forties, being single suits her just fine. She truly can't see any sane reason to risk her peaceful existence for someone who says he wants to make wine out of her one minute and then embarrasses her the next. Does it matter at her age that Morrie might be her last chance to find true love?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014949705
Publisher:
Donna McDonald
Publication date:
08/05/2012
Series:
Never Too Late , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
302
Sales rank:
37,504
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Donna McDonald is an active dreamer and finds writing to be the best way to use her creativity.

Needing to satisfy both sides of her brain, she is a cross-genre author of contemporary, fantasy, and paranormal romances. Her books appear on bestseller lists for humor, romantic comedy, space opera, and more.

She craves laughter from her readers and focuses her attention on making that happen as often as possible. She loves to hear from anyone who has read her books.

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DATING A SILVER FOX 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
1993 More than 1 year ago
OMG! Laughed so many times I thought my stomach would hurt. At one point in the story I couldn't stop laughing. I was forced to stop reading to wipe the tears from my eyes that's how hard I laughed. Read it in two days. A very have to get seriously must read worth the money!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I almost didn't want to read Lydia's story because truthfully, I just didn't like her. I'm so glad that I gave in! This story actually had me laughing out loud! I grew to love Lydia as I got to know her and understand her. Looking forward to reading Jane & Walter's story next!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She tend to draw things ooooouuuuuuutttttttt... I enjoy her writing and the story, but you will have to skip a page to get through the drawn out issuses. Book 1 made you want to finish the series. Read it to find out about Regina, she is great!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WOW, laugh out loud and such a good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The whole "Never Too Old" series is great! Can't wait for Dating a Cougar II!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the book.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have read the whole series. Looking forward to the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought all of the books in this series and enjoyed them all. They reminded me that age is only a state of mind. Love is where you find it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You will laugh a lot in these books. The main character is laurens mom (book3). Lydia is 62 and had a hell life with no sex and has to learn about her self and what she wants out of life.
ok2 More than 1 year ago
Very nice romance reading for us seasoned ladies.
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Have loved all of the books in this series, so easy to read• Loved the other series she writes to• Highly recommend!!
Leia1 More than 1 year ago
I'm in my forties and just love this author.This particular book is engaging and fun at the same time. I love the characters. They seem like people I would like to know. I also would like to be sexy and love life at the ripe young age of sixty-plus. Kudos for entertaining a mature audience!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found myself hating Lydia in all the previous books in the series but she is now one of my favorites. I love the writing. It is a fun book to read. Keep writing and Iwill definitly keep reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nothing like watching the education of a grandma...in all the funny glory. Really enjoyed the book and the unfolding growth of Lydia as she finally realized what she was worth as a person and a woman. Too bad Morrie didn't show up sooner! A girl could use a Morrie or two in her life now and then.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. It was nice to see the old characters doing well. I enjoyed Lydia and Morrie's story. I also understand Lydia, believe it or not there are probably a lot of women with similar hang ups. I also find Donna Mcdonald to be an excellent author. I just turned 40 and divorced, I laugh at myself when I see some of these things in myself. It's nice to think life is not over for people over 40. Also to find a lover who is patient with you like Morrie was is even better. I look forward to the maybe budding stories to come with Jane and Walter. If you get this check out the other series too. I have bought them all. The newest series is what I am patiently waiting for.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book was well written. However, too much emphasis on sex and not enough on emotion. This one had less violent pushy sex, so it was a beter read. While the main character's past made her "ouchy" having good sex doesn't really soften behaviors. Having someone who loves and is patient with you helps. Too much emphasis on sex as the answer to everything. Women tend to believe bad interaction/relations with men are their fault and not the idiot man's issues. It was nice to see the blame laid properly on a moronic man and important to understand the damage depth of horrid male behaviors. I found the main male character cringe worthy and references to Jewish behaviors more than a bit offensve. The religion wasn't needed to tell the story, nor was the "shiksa" terminology. It was like a bad "oy vey" joke. We never really found out about her religion, so why did his Jewishness matter other than the author's thinly veiled stereotyping? I've read all 5 books. This one was the most sensitive in many ways and far more offensive in others. While it had less forced/violent macho sex, it was still too male domination/aggression oriented. If you can read beyond the ridiculous, there's some very funny moments. I probably won't purchase anything else from this author, i skimmed over too many trite and hostile areas. Further, I don'like religious condesceding writing. It's stupid and onky reinforces bad/hateful/mocking behaviors.