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But now that he was ready to move on with his life, he had become more worried when none of the females his cousin brought around held any interest for him.So the last woman in the world he expected to start his engine revving again was the mother of his cousin’s girlfriend.Jaded and cynical about love, Alexa is a difficult woman to convince of anything, but her kisses are all the proof he needs that they belong together.The former Marine decides his next mission is figuring out how to fit himself into her life.After several decades of looking for true love and never finding it, aging model and lingerie designer, Alexa Ranger, has finally given up the search. The story was never so quick that I felt it needed to slow down, and vice versa. Since the "cougar" in the book is 50Gosh this was a bad book.A couple years ago, she got tired of the game completely and just stopped dating. This is a good read and one that'll keep you flipping pages until you finish--definitely can't put it down. Believe it or not, I read my share of Chick Lit (see my other reviews). apparently they're already in love, but you don't see that through their thoughts, feelings, or actions. It was free but man I didn't like that I wasted my time on it. The sex in the book was overwritten huffing and puffing.
Its even more shocking to be attracted to a much younger man this time.She definitely thinks Casey Carter is sexy, but not handling her own age well, Alexa just can’t get passed their twelve year age difference to even consider a fling.Not that it matters anyway, anything resembling a normal dating relationship is totally out of the question because Casey is related to and living with her daughter’s boyfriend.The very last thing Alexa needs is yet another talk-show worthy drama in her already complicated life, no matter how amazing Casey’s kisses make her feel.
For a couple of years, 38 yr old, medically retired Marine, Casey Carter, believed his military injury had made him impotent.Having lost his wife to cancer, he hadn’t exactly been worried about the problem.