In this second chance romance, we have Spencer’s, who is a single mom to three boys. We have Cooper, who is divorced, and says he doesn’t want any kids. Spencer moved from her small home town after high school for college and is a sex therapist in her best friends cousins practice. She finds out she has to move back home to live with her mom after her practice has to close down cause her boss is being sued for sleeping with a client. Spencer and Cooper’s mothers are trying to help push them to be together. They both still clearly love each other, but can Cooper get over the fact that Spencer had kids with two other men? And can Spencer get over the heartbreak that Cooper caused her and the fact he said he doesn’t want any kids, and is uncomfortable around them? They strike a plan to be fuck buddies, and that is rocky, and it just gets even rockier when one of the two baby daddy’s pop up after two years of not being in the baby’s life, all of a sudden wanting to be apart of his kids life. Can they work through their problems?
This. Book. Is. Amazing. I loved it show much! Both characters showed character development in a way that I felt was real, and things that I feel like are a real struggle for people in their positions. Spencer had to learn to not be so controlling and allow others to help her with her kids, which was a a struggle to watch. Cooper had to learn not react so emotionally, and to think things through. He also had to learn how to handle being around kids.
I will definitely be reading more from this author! I felt like this book was written well, and it kept me hooked!
One thing I didn’t like was how the moms were sometimes. I feel like they did what the eh thought was best without always consulting their kids, even though their kids were adults. I do feel like Spencer and Cooper handled this pretty well though, considering I’d probably lose my mind if my mother did this to me. Overall I really enjoyed this book and gave it a 4/5 stars.
Would you allow your mother to meddle like theirs were, or would you put an end to it?