Mac’s in a funk. He’s cranky, short tempered and snappy, and only he knows why. And he’s not about to tell anyone, not even his best friend and business partner Joey, the self-confessed bachelor and life long playboy, he wouldn’t understand. Hell, he’d probably pass out laughing. Was it normal for a guy to get all down because he was alone? Was it normal for a guy to think that his clock was ticking and he needed to find someone to love or he’d be alone forever? It was driving Mac to distraction. Nothing he did took his mind off the fact that he was lonely. Was it so bad that all he wanted was to find his happy ever after person?
When the opportunity came up for Mac to take a two-month assignment he jumped at it. Some time away was just what he needed. What he didn't count on was falling for the target. He didn't count on falling for her or her kid. Instead of calling off the assignment Mac proceeds and before long he’s embedded himself in Rachel and Elliot's lives. But will the truth come back to bite him and ruin any chance of a relationship with the woman he’s fallen so desperately in love with? Is Mac taking a gamble on his and Rachel’s future by keeping the truth from her? But the big question, the one that Mac asks himself over and over again, will Rachel be able to see past the charade and give them all a chance at happiness?
About the Author
Vicki was born in Orange, NSW. When she was two years old her family moved to Dapto, a southern suburb of Wollongong. She was kicked out of pre-school at the age of four (for reasons that she will keep to herself).
When she was sixteen she moved with her parents and two sisters (Vicki is the typically misunderstood middle child) to the ACT where, ironically she studied Child Care so she could work in a pre-school.
Now, at the age of 45 she still lives in Canberra with her husband and three adult/teenage children.
Vicki works full time (not in the child care industry!) and is an avid baker. She spends her time taxiing her kids around and baking cup cakes for all the kids who constantly fill the house.
Vicki has always enjoyed writing and is now taking the time to put her stories to print.
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