Dating the Mrs. Smiths

Dating the Mrs. Smiths

by Tanya Michaels

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ISBN-13: 9781459244108
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 05/15/2012
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 722,361
File size: 938 KB

About the Author

Tanya Michaels is an award-winning author of over forty romances, a six-time RITA nominee and the mom of two highly imaginative kids. Alas, Tanya's hobbies of reading, oil-painting and cooking keep her much too busy to iron clothes. She and her husband are living out their slightly wrinkled happily-ever-after in Atlanta, but you can always find Tanya on Twitter, where she chats with followers about books, family and TV shows ranging from Outlander to iZombie.

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Dating the Mrs. Smiths (Harlequin Next #18) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Florida recently widowed Charlotte Smith figures things could not get any worse as she raises her children Ben and Sara alone though Rose, her mother-in-law, pleads with her to move to Boston so she can help. However, things do when her boss at Kazka Medical Supply informs her that part of the company including her job were being transferred to another state. Deciding instead to see Rose, Charlie takes her two young children and drives fifteen hundred miles to spend the holidays in Boston. --- The kids love being with their only living grandparent, but Charlie has problems as she and Rose has never been close. Still for the sake of the kids, they try to compromise, but that is difficult when two strong-willed opinionated female adults battle for supremacy as in many ways Charlie is a chip off the old block even if Rose is her in-law not a blood relative. --- DATING THE MRS. SMITHS is a warm contemporary tale that centers on two generations of adults struggling with a loss of the loved, one that bound them together while trying to nurture the two children. The conflicts between the two Mrs. Smiths seem genuine as both are portrayed as real people with needs and desires including time to mourn while also considering what is best for the children especially the sensitive Sara. Tanya Michaels uses humor to somewhat defuse the conflict in which nobody is wrong, but two rights may not prove positive. --- Harriet Klausner