Never Too Late for Love [NOOK Book]

Overview

"Who says romance belongs only to the young and restless? Never Too Late For Love is a fine romance between 47-year old Tiffany Eastman and 55-year old Jason Cates. It is also the story of healing of a remarkably strong and fine woman.

Tiffany has left behind a lousy marriage and an alcohol addiction problem to start life anew in St Louis.

With such high hopes for the future, Tiffany is going to her own woman at last. And as a bonus, she is ...
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Never Too Late for Love

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Overview

"Who says romance belongs only to the young and restless? Never Too Late For Love is a fine romance between 47-year old Tiffany Eastman and 55-year old Jason Cates. It is also the story of healing of a remarkably strong and fine woman.

Tiffany has left behind a lousy marriage and an alcohol addiction problem to start life anew in St Louis.

With such high hopes for the future, Tiffany is going to her own woman at last. And as a bonus, she is going to be boarding up with hunky Dr Jason Cates, heart surgeon, who is the father of her roommate/surrogate daughter back in Atlanta.

Unfortunately, Jason is still reluctant to let go of the memories of his wife Diana. Hmm. But no fear, Tiffany will fix that. Never Too Late For Love is the story of just that. No murder, no screaming fits, just a nice, slow and easy romance. And it works, although many things could go wrong." ~ Mrs. Giggles

~Excerpt~


He looked at her, and she knew what he was thinking. She knew he wanted her just as much she wanted him. A spell hung between them, the primal attraction between a man and a woman. Was it the pheromones hanging in the air? The scent of a mate.
They reached the porch, but Jason hesitated at the door as if he were loath to go inside. She didn’t want to break the spell between them either. They looked at each other, and he pulled her to him. He bent his head and touched her lips gently. A gasp caught in her throat.
He deepened the kiss, and his hunger ignited hers.
They both reached for the door simultaneously and stumbled through the house. They fell on the first cushioned surface they came across, the couch in front of the fireplace. He was on top of her. The weight of his body pressed her into the soft cushions of the couch. He trailed tiny kisses across her jawline, then returned to devour her mouth.
She arched against him, feeling his hardness pressed against her lower abdomen. Seemingly of their own volition, her legs parted, bringing her feminine softness against him. A purely masculine growl sounded deep in his throat. Slow, deep grind.
He raised, and she reached for him, needing, wanting, to feel all of him, but he was unbuttoning her blouse and exposing her lacy bra, white against her chocolate skin.
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Editorial Reviews

Romantic Times
4 1/2 star gold medal winner
Wayne Jordan
“During the past twenty years, I’ve read hundreds of romances. There are those that made me laugh; those that made me cry, and then there are those rare books that have such an profound impact that they affect the way I view the world and the complexities of human nature. NEVER TOO LATE TO LOVE is one of those very special books.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013531260
  • Publisher: Soul Satisfying Reads
  • Publication date: 3/14/2012
  • Series: Eastman Family and Friends , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 428,676
  • File size: 560 KB

Meet the Author

Find out more about the author and her books at http://monicajackson.com. Monica loves to hear from readers

Monica Jackson lives on the Land of Oz side of Kansas. She fully embraces diversity (including Wicked Witches, Munchkins, and that goody-two-shoes Glenda, the Good Witch) since she resides on the far edge of the diverse divide too. Monica Jackson’s books, known for quirky humor and attitude, often wander from well-trod plot pathways. She spends far too much time online, loves bubble baths, and avoiding both productive activity and moderation.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2000

    WOW!! Monica, What An Aftermath To 'Heart's Desire'

    First, if this is a 'firt-time-read' of one of Monica Jackson's books, you MUST READ FIRST: 'Heart's Desire'. This book, 'Never Too Late For Love' is the follow-up to Heart's Desire. Heart's Desire provides all the background information that will enable you to appreciate this book. Monica, congratulations for your presentation of this story. Tiffany, Dante and Jenny Eastman who went through that horrid ordeal with the late Sidney Eastman was enough to make anyone wonder how they would manage after all that drama. Here, we are presented, with the mere fact how when you don't handle those unresolved issues like abuse and alcoholism within the family, not seeking any 'family counseling' all it does it suppress it until it burst. Well, this book illustrates all the aftermath drama that comes with the territority. Monica Jackson, so profoundly, gives us a very smooth easy read, some very juicy intimate scenes between 47 y/o Tiffany and 55 y/o Jason (WOW! ), much humor with one of Jason's son's and his many women problems, family matters, fears, twists and turns you won't believe and finally the outcome. See, I can't give away the story. Just look at it like this, if you like stories that have all the drama life can deal sometimes to you and you want to see how the issues get resolved, then Read This Book. The book brought me laughter, sadness and then a smile, when you finish you'll understand why. Now Monica, I sense another sequel to this, I could be wrong, but it seems like Jenny and Jared? Thanks Monica for bringing back characters from Heart's Desire, A Magical Moment and The Look of Love, it was fun reading about the whole crew!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2012

    Good Book!

    Kinda predictable at times, but still a good book! Tiffany Eastman is a very strong and vibrant lady and I'm glad Ms. Jackson decided to give this character her very own book!

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  • Posted March 28, 2012

    very good

    I enjoyed this book very much

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2012

    Excellent

    This is an excellent story that continues the one began in Heart's Desire. Noot so much a stand alone. I like the story line and sense of hope that prevails throughout. Most of all I like that regular life is the basis for the conflict / resolution. The story is one that could be a reflection of anyone you might meet. They are able to work through the difficulties and find life on the other side. Thank you again Ms Jackson

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2000

    Outstanding

    Monica Jackson has it going on. Never Too Late for Love was pass OUTSTANDING! Now I've started reading her collection and I can't put these books down. Her talent gets better and better. Monica Jackson YOU GO GIRL!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2000

    Wonderfully Written

    Never Too Late For Love was trully a wonderful read. I read it in only 1 day. And I agree you would really have to read 'Hearts Desire' in order to appreciate this book. I've been a long time reader of Ms.Jackson and it gets better and better.

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