They were single parents who believed they were giving their sons all they could ever need. But a meeting with their boys' teacher had Tucker MacKinnon and Garnet Cattrell realizing what they really needed was each other. Since Tucker's boy craved a woman's influence and Garnet's son would benefit from some outside experiences, a trade seemed to be the perfect solution. So one day a week they'd swap kids. And maybe just see one another in passing. This was just for the boys' sakes, of course.
But when two intelligent kids decide they want to be brothers, heaven help the parents who didn't see this plan coming. Because a couple of little matchmakers were about to launch Project One Big Happy Family.
|Series:||Harlequin Special Edition Series , #2202|
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About the Author
Jennifer Greene has sold over 80 books in the contemporary romance genre. Her first professional writing award came from RWA--a Silver Medallion in l984--followed by over 20 national awards, including being honored in RWA's Hall of Fame. In 2009, Jennifer was given the RWA Nora Roberts LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. Jennifer has degrees in English and Psychology, and lives in Michigan.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was told this was the first in a trilogy about the MacKinnons of Whisper Mountain--if this is the first, I can't wait to read the rest. The heroine runs "Plain Vanilla"--a spice and herb store--and has a nerdy l0 year old son (loved him.) The hero's all guy-athletic-strong type--with an athletic l0 year old son (loved him too.) These are single parents who'll do anything for their kids...even if they need to try trading them for short stretches...the boys need experiences the parents' alone can't give them. That's the plan. The reality is that the boys are just fine--and even better when they see how their parents relate. The parents don't know what hit them...they weren't looking for a 'relationship'...but the kids are way smarter than they are. So fun. Don't miss!