Doppelbanger; A person who bangs someone solely because they look similar to another person they want to bang.
At thirty-five, Gina Bourque is still playing the field. If he’s single, in his early twenties with dark hair and brooding eyes, there’s a damn good chance you’ll find him in her little black book.
Jeffrey Ryan never imagined that at nearly forty he’d find himself widowed and a single dad. But here he is—stumbling through this thing called life with two impressionable daughters watching his every move.
When Gina and Jeffrey meet while cruising the Caribbean, sparks fly and not in a good way. He’s too old. Too blond. Too stiff. Yet she’s still drawn to him like a moth to a flame. She’s too vulgar. Too sassy. Too wild. But she ignites something inside of him he can’t ignore.
We all know what happens when you play with fire. . . someone’s bound to get burned.
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Hilarious, heartwarming, sweet and sexy, just what I needed.
First impressions of Gina, she's outgoing, crass, a bit of a slut, loves her alcohol and having a good time, at the root of her though she's a women with feelings just like anybody else, she's fun loving, a fantastic auntie to Spencer's kids and a woman who just wants to be loved.
When Spencer Ginas best friend has her twins, Gina offers to take her two favourite little people on a cruise to give Spencer and Cooper a chance to settle in with the new additions to the family.
Jeffery is single dad who lost his wife after the birth of his youngest daughter.
Jeffery is protective of his two girls so when he first meets Gina with the mouth of a sailor with Spencers two kids who seem to have bonded with his girls and hit it off there's a whole lot of trouble, push and pull and sexual attraction.
Gina in a nut shell gets this stuffy CEO baby daddy to lighten up a little, let his hair down.
A holiday romance that becomes more.
Hilarious at times, oh the one liners, the kids and some of the scenes had me barking and my heart felt for Jeffery who was struggling to move on after the death of his wife. So bittersweet.
Loved it. I definitely want to read more like this.