When Nancy McGuire is partnered with Beau Stanton at a Parents Flying Solo meeting, she's sure she won't be able to get along with the good-looking, flirtatious salesman. But when they're both plagued by child problems, their common experiences bring them together and each is able to help the other. Carrie Weaver's Home for Christmas (3) is a nice story about two lonely people managing to connect and form a relationship in spite of their pasts. Weaver's writing is solid and the story interesting.
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Alexandra Kay