For thirteen-year-old Nick Donner, it was worth getting into some trouble to match his mom, Lucy, with Judge Kincaid's son, Logan. Now Nick's doing community service at Logan's animal clinic, hoping he can bring the lovelorn loners together.
For Lucy, keeping her son as the only "man" in her life was safer for her fragile heart. And Logan had had his share of women who tried to change a man and drag him to the Land of Commitment and Fatherhood. Still, neither of them could deny that nagging attraction and since fate had brought them together, what harm could come of a little fling?
Poor Lucy and Logan! They had no idea their matchmaker would leave nothing to chance
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About the Author
Linda Wisdom has published more than 70 romance in all subgenres. Her books have been published worldwide, have appeared on various romance and mass market bestseller lists and been nominated for a number of Romantic Times awards and the Romance Writers of America Rita Award. She lives with her husband in California.
Thirteen-year-old Nick Donner hacks into his school¿s computer, which brings him in front of Judge Kincaid, who sentences the teen to community service at the animal clinic run by his son Logan. Nick deliberately caused trouble because he worries about his single overworked mom Lucy being alone except for him and feels that the veterinarian is perfect for her since he is so kind to animals. He will dowhat it takes including harmless mischief if necessary to bring this couple together. However, Nick does not understand the adults he is matching together. His mom fears allowing any male except her son inside her heart. His chosen dad rejects commitment. Still as Nick and the Judge partner, Lucy and Logan keep finding themselves together and their initial attraction is growing. Fans of sweet contemporary romances will appreciate this fine matchmaking tale starring two realistic protagonists who though attracted have doubts about relationships and a fine support cast, especially her son, his father, several animals, and out of the oven cookies. The returns of the Walkers from previous novels (see PREGNANCY COUNTDOWN) provide a sense of homecoming. However, this warm Americana relationship drama belongs to the Donner and Kincaid families. Harriet Klausner