Yours, Mine and Ours

Yours Mine and Ours The last thing Tess Morgan divorced mother of three rambunctious kids needs is a speeding ticket especially not one delivered by sexy as sin Officer Zachariah Smith Not only is he ridiculously overb

  • Title: Yours, Mine and Ours
  • Author: Margaret Daley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The last thing Tess Morgan, divorced mother of three rambunctious kids, needs is a speeding ticket especially not one delivered by sexy as sin Officer Zachariah Smith Not only is he ridiculously overbearing, but handsome enough to tempt her to forget her vow to steer clear of all men Too bad for her, the widowed cop has other plans Zach, a single parent himself, knowsThe last thing Tess Morgan, divorced mother of three rambunctious kids, needs is a speeding ticket especially not one delivered by sexy as sin Officer Zachariah Smith Not only is he ridiculously overbearing, but handsome enough to tempt her to forget her vow to steer clear of all men Too bad for her, the widowed cop has other plans Zach, a single parent himself, knows all too well what it s like being alone, and he s had enough Will his determination to forge better lives for both of their families be enough to overcome past pains

    One thought on “Yours, Mine and Ours”

    1. ReviewI enjoyed the story and the characters. It's hard to rely on someone and being afraid to need the help without loosing control

    2. Lots of grammatical and vocabulary errors. Has the bones of a good story, but left a lot of relationship building out much to the detriment of the storyline. Why would you not have Zachariah discuss his wife's death? Why not use that as well as Brad's abandonment to develop dialogue and a growing relationship along with reluctance to get hurt again? Too bad the author didn't spend a little more time developing this into a well-rounded storyline because the characters are likeable.

    3. Overall a really sweet story. Some of the characters totally cracked me up, namely the grandfather/great grandfather and the youngest son. It's been a few months since I read the book so I'm drawing a blank on their names. Definitely worth reading. And I enjoyed it much more than the other book from the series I've read - Love Gone to the Dogs, which was just okaygood in some parts really slow in others. This book had it's sluggish parts as well, but overall it was enjoyable.

    4. Too much kid dialogueI thought it was going to be a quick read however it took me almost a week. I think the kids played too much of a role in the story therefore, it didn't hold my attention. Overall it was okay.

    5. An easy read. Loved both the families and children. I adore the sexy officer Zach.It was a bit fun reading about Tess's pet dog jumping over Zach again and again.Wish the ending of the story was a bit longer.:)Looking forward to getting more of this author 's book and enjoy it too.

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