Kelton's Rules

Kelton's Rules

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THE RULES by Jack Kelton

Rule #1: Never Marry.
Rule #2: If you're stupid enough to ignore Rule 1, never, never marry a divorced woman. She's bound to be smackdab in the middle of the Divorce Crazies….

And Jack's talking from experience, with the emotional scars and a kid named Kat to prove it.

Abby Lake's

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THE RULES by Jack Kelton

Rule #1: Never Marry.
Rule #2: If you're stupid enough to ignore Rule 1, never, never marry a divorced woman. She's bound to be smackdab in the middle of the Divorce Crazies….

And Jack's talking from experience, with the emotional scars and a kid named Kat to prove it.

Abby Lake's Law

"A wise woman stands alone. You build your life around a man—and then he leaves, and you have nothing but heartache to show for it."

In other words, Abby, just divorced and with custody of son Skyler, has no more interest in anything serious or permanent than Jack does.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459236325
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
03/15/2012
Series:
You, Me & the Kids , #1119
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
541 KB

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Kelton's Rules (Harlequin Super Romance #1119) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Following her divorce and the remarriage of her cheating spouse, artist Abby Lake accompanied by her ten year old son Skyler leaves New Jersey to drive to Sedona, Arizona to start over though her son hates leaving because he still believes his dad will return. When her bus overheats, Abby stops and searches for water. Desperately needing to return home, Skyler drives the bus but the pet cat gets stuck under the break. Skyler stays calm as Jack Kelton helps him stop the runaway bus before anyone is injured. The vehicle needs repair forcing Abby and Skyler to stay in Trueheart, Colorado for awhile. Divorce lawyer Jack has rules never to get involved with someone recovering from the marital wars, but likes Abby anyway. She has her own law built from the ruins of her marriage to never depend on a man. As they become acquainted and his tomboy daughter enjoys the female influence in her life, Jack and Abby break all the rules and laws. However, the other member of a potentially loving quartet still believes his father is returning as promised so he sabotages the growing relationship between his mother and the enemy. This is an enjoyable contemporary romance that adds a deep look at the aftermath on individuals of a divorce. Abby trusts no male while Jack knows the bitterness people feel when the forever love fails. However, it is Skyler¿s reaction that adds the tension as he firmly expects his parents to get back together. Though his dad is a coward for lying to his son, readers will relish this warm family drama. Harriet Klausner