When bistro owner Margo Evans needs help figuring out how to turn her struggling cafe into a thriving business, she gets it from unemployed banker Robert Brookman, who admires both Margo and her food. But life is very complicated for the divorced, single mom, and Margo isn't sure she has time for a relationship with Robert. Love and the Single Mom (3), by C.J. Carmichael, is a pleasant and uncomplicated book, but the quick resolution of all of Margo's problems at the end may leave readers unsatisfied. That Robert solves all of Margo's problems -- her son's illness, a lack of time for her children and her struggling bistro -- just by buying her business is unrealistic. There's no closure for the rest of Margo's issues.
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Alexandra Kay