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TEQUILA AND TINGLES (TURTLE PINE #2) BY KERI FORD
Love doesn' t hang around in the shallow end. You have to dive deep for it.
Tequila shots 1, Beth Revlin 0.
No respectable single mom wakes up in a stranger’s hotel room with no memory of what happened the night before. When Beth does just that, she willingly takes the walk—more like a sprint—of shame, rather than face her humiliation.
Then Mr. One Night Stand turns out to be Mr. New Swim Coach to her five-year-old daughter. Holding her head high and pretending nothing happened seems like a good plan.
Olympic gold medalist Jason Johnson plans to stay in Turtle Pine just long enough to recharge his batteries. But Beth and her painfully shy little girl touch something in the depths of his soul. Besides, he needs to return Beth’s shoes without inciting small-town gossip—and tell her the truth about that night.
REVIEW: TEQUILA AND TINGLES (TURTLE PINE #2) BY KERI FORD
Tequila and Tingles by Keri Ford
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Recently, I have come across more and more romances where one or both of the main characters are single parents. It does take some getting used to. My personal opinion is that stories like Tequila and Tingles are more true to life. Children add a different dynamic. With a child life becomes more about taking care of their needs as well as the needs of the parent.
Tequila and Tingles is about finding the balance between parenthood and love. Keri Ford takes a look at love through the eyes of a cynical single mom. Beth is a woman determined to protect her children, keep her head held high and not let anyone too close. I received an ARC of Tequila and Tingles in exchange for an honest review. With this novel Ms. Ford had me choked up with laughter and presented a sympathetic look at the turmoil faced by a person burned by love. (https://www.nightowlreviews.com/v5/Reviews/Lashea-reviews-Tequila-And-Tingles-by-Keri-Ford)
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