Penelope Ward, comes a new standalone novel.
my neighbor Deacon frustrated me.
was great-looking and friendly.
walls were thin, and on occasion, he’d bring women to his place and keep me
awake while he “entertained” them.
mother to an infant, I didn’t appreciate it.
it was my turn.
daughter wouldn’t stop wailing one night, Mr. Manwhore came knocking on my
at the sound of his voice, Sunny stopped crying. And when he held her…she
eventually fell asleep in his arms.
rough on the exterior, but apparently on the inside? Mr.
Single-and-Ready-to-Mingle was a baby whisperer.
night, we became friends.
coffee runs. Come over to chat. Normal friend stuff.
time, our conversations ran deeper. We got closer.
night we crossed the line.
friendship turned into a complicated mess.
and fallen for a guy who’d sworn off commitment and kids.
Deacon was starting to care for me too, even though Sunny and I didn’t fit into
any plan he’d ever imagined for himself.
wrong for me—so wrong that I’d dubbed him the “anti-boyfriend.”
did I wish more than anything that I could be the one woman to change him?
Charming, entertaining and heart warming are all words I’d use to describe The Anti-Boyfriend by Penelope Ward. This one is the perfect type of book – one that offers a means of escape.
In The Anti-Boyfriend, you have single mom Carys and her daughter Sunny living next door to the manwhore single sexy Deacon. When Deacon’s late night antics keep both Carys and baby Sunny from sleep, she confronts him; and that leads to a bright new friendship.
And as always, the friendship leads to more…even though The Anti-Boyfriend has undoubtedly decided that he is not boyfriend material and tries to refrain from letting the relationship evolve into more.
This book is relatable which is one of the main reason why I liked the story. You all should give it a try
Ward is a New York Times, USA Today and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling
author of contemporary romance.
in Boston with five older brothers and spent most of her twenties as a
television news anchor. Penelope resides in Rhode Island with her husband, son,
and beautiful daughter with autism.
million books sold, she is a 21-time New York Times bestseller and the author
of over twenty novels. Her books have been translated into over a dozen
languages and can be found in bookstores around the world.
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