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Lydia Lane didn't take the girlfriends' challenge?to find her first love?seriously at all. But then, Sam Pereira finds her?or rather, his ex-wife does.
Lydia runs a business called Domestica, organizing people's lives and teaching them household skills. Sam's ex figures he needs someone like Lydia to create order out of chaos?and Sam agrees.
Back when Lydia first knew Sam, back when she was secretly in love with him, he was Trouble with a ...
Lydia Lane didn't take the girlfriends' challenge—to find her first love—seriously at all. But then, Sam Pereira finds her or rather, his ex-wife does.
Lydia runs a business called Domestica, organizing people's lives and teaching them household skills. Sam's ex figures he needs someone like Lydia to create order out of chaos—and Sam agrees.
Back when Lydia first knew Sam, back when she was secretly in love with him, he was Trouble with a capital T. A sexy motorcycle-riding "bad boy." Now he's a successful lawyer and a single father—but still sexy, still a rebel in his own way. Lydia knows she could fall for him all over again and for his little girl!
Posted December 9, 2008
Once a week, Attorney Sam Pereira and his eight years old daughter Amber faithfully watch her mother and his ex-wife Candace Downing on TV. Candace hosts The ¿What¿s New with Candy Lou show¿, which is Amber¿s almost only contact with her celebrity mom though Sam admits to himself that Candace loves and cares about her daughter. The guest is Lydia Lane, who runs Domestica, a firm that teaches household skills so people can have a nicer, more organized life and is the younger sister of Sam¿s best friend. <P>Candace hires Lydia to help Sam organize the chaos of his personal life. However, Lydia remembers Sam as her first crush when she was fifteen. Not expecting to follow the paths of her two best friends, ZOEY PHILIPS and CHARLOTTE MORE, who are getting married, Lydia admits she still finds Sam very attractive. However, Sam discovers that he is in love with Lydia and thinks she may bring out the passion he lacked in his first marriage. <P> LYDIA LANE, like the first two novels in the ¿Girlfriends¿ trilogy, is an engaging contemporary Canadian romance. The story line is fun due to the strong cast. Judith Bowen completes her super romantic mini series with a delightful tale that still leaves a few secondary characters deserving books of their own. <P>Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.