Determined to be the rock in the lives of her loved ones, Elizabeth Gardner is a strong and loving, single woman.
Handsome, successful Tyrone Hadley literally runs into her. His passionate kiss gives her hope that a world of "happily ever after" may be in her cards. Fate has a different plan. Is their love strong enough to survive?
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About the Author
She lives in California (New England is beautiful. Winter, not so much), loves her Red Sox (for better and for worse), Bruins, Patriots and Celtics.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I really liked this book. Couldn't put it down.
This is the first book I have read by this author. I enjoyed the easy flow of her storyline and the well defined characters. The main character, Liz, doesn’t believe that she is lovable or beautiful until she finds Ty. Sparks fly but then die down when their love is smothered by alcohol and neglect. Will they ever get back together and heal the wounds and love again? An enjoyable read that was hard to put down. I look forward to more books from this talented author.
I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review... These Foolish Things is a sweet contemporary romance novel. The main character, Elizabeth Gardner is not the typical romance character. She is a middle aged woman that has been through many things. She is a lawyer that is over worked and under paid, but does her job well. Liz is part of a baseball team called Liti-Gators. They were a team called that was named after their firm. While playing Liz notices a handsome man named Tyrone Hadley. While they were playing baseball, Ty crashes into Liz and ends up giving her a black eye. From there, something just starts between them even though neither of them know it. Liz ends up facing Ty during a trial. During the court proceedings the judge notices Liz's black eye and finds out that Ty was the one that accidentally gave it to her. The judge threatens to put Ty in jail for the black eye, but insteads orders him to take Liz out. This book does have some places where it does drag, but for the most part the book is beautifully written. I love how the main characters aren't the perfect typical 20 somethings that many authors put in their stories. And Liz is not that perfect woman. Ty also has his battles that he deals with. I really did enjoy this book. It is definitely worth the read. Susan Thatcher describes all the characters very well and since she has a law background, she was able to correctly write about the scenes in the courtroom.