Overview


Ally Cummings may be the only “ normal” one in her family, but her love life is anything but. No sooner does she find a stable, secure, predictable guy than she wants out. She’ s through with romance until she can figure out what kind of man is right for her.

Certainly not her new tenant, Ben Gillard, who is the exact opposite of everything Ally’ s looking for. Suits him just fine. He’ s sworn off a social life so he can be a full-time dad to his twelve-year-old-son, Danny. And...

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Party of Three

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Overview


Ally Cummings may be the only “ normal” one in her family, but her love life is anything but. No sooner does she find a stable, secure, predictable guy than she wants out. She’ s through with romance until she can figure out what kind of man is right for her.

Certainly not her new tenant, Ben Gillard, who is the exact opposite of everything Ally’ s looking for. Suits him just fine. He’ s sworn off a social life so he can be a full-time dad to his twelve-year-old-son, Danny. And he doesn’ t need any more women “ organizing” his life, especially not the uptight and prim Ally.

It’ s agreed—platonic friends is as far as this will go. Except it’ s not just his skill with a sauté pan that’ s creating the sizzle between them….

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459221680
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 11/15/2011
  • Series: Single Father Series , #1324
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 1,057,744
  • File size: 855 KB

Meet the Author


When Joan Kilby isn’t working on her next romance novel she can often be found sipping a latte at a sidewalk café and indulging in her favorite pastime of people watching. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Joan now lives in Australia with her husband and three children. She enjoys cooking as a creative outlet and gets some of her best ideas while watching her Jack Russell terrier chase waves at the beach.
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A lighthearted frolic

    In Tipperary Springs, Australia, a small resort town near Melbourne, Ally Cummings finds her fiancé sleeping with another woman in her home. She tosses the philander out of her house and her life. Ally vows no more men until she can decide what type of male excites her as her ex was a bloody bore anyway.------ Her new tenant, Chef Ben Gillard vows he wants no women in his life as he needs to be a full time dad to his twelve-year-old-son, Danny. However, though he wants nothing personally to do with his landlady, he offers her a job at the restaurant he works at. Abby and Ben agree to be only friends and to help one another in a pinch. Neither expected the attraction nor his son playing matchmaker as both swore off for at least a decade not a week the other gender.------ PARTY OF THREE is a lighthearted frolic starring two nice likable norms surrounded by families of zany maniacs. The story line is often amusing when the feuding families take center stage while Ally and Ben play peacemakers by falling in love, a most unwanted devotion while his son seconds that emotion. Fans of a fun romp between two individuals in denial will enjoy this fine Aussie romance.----- Harriet Klausner

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