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    A funny but emotional story!

    I love the concept that T.K. brings us in this book, a woman named Molly writing under a pen name who has lost her writing mojo. Suffering from writer's block, she resorts to her tried and true formula of hooking up with a guy who fits the mold of the leading man in her current work in progress. Burned out on writing the "sexy, sweet & sinful" stories her publisher demands from her because that is what sells, she longs to stretch her writing chops and tell a story with substance. T.K. always does a great job of writing complex, in depth characters. Molly is a hoot. She's a "twenty nine plus one" year old woman with a mouth that has no filter, which made for a ton of laugh out loud moments in this book. She has a very skewed view of love, having always believed that "real love isn't real life" after her mother abandons her family when she's four. So her concept of only using guys for sex and to be her current book muse has worked perfectly for her all these years. In the concept of art imitating life, Molly starts feeling a forbidden attraction to her father's doctor, Noah McAllister. What can I say about Noah other than he is swoon worthy!! Holy wow, he can examine me any time! This story has some of everything. Yes, there's laughter and good times with her family, but there's also some pretty heavy times when dealing with her father's illness, and her lifelong issue of her mother's abandonment. Family plays a major role in Molly's life, and her brother Drew, best friend Brooklyn and her Aunt Gigi were an amazing support team to her. I really enjoyed seeing the relationship between Molly and Noah grow, but oftentimes Molly frustrated the tar out of me with the decisions she made and the immaturity she displayed even though she's thirty years old. I could totally understand how her behavior stemmed from events in her childhood, for the most part, but her constant running from Noah became too repetitive for me, hence the frustration. I've read all of T.K.'s books and this one was a nice change of pace from the romantic suspense she has so masterfully crafted. I have loved all of her books and this is no exception. It was nice to see her move in a different direction and I know that people are going to absolutely enjoy this story. And I can't wait to see what T.K. has in store for Molly's brother Drew and best friend Brooklyn. That book has me super intrigued!

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