Gwynneth Ever After
Gwynneth Jacobs doesn’t believe in happy ever after. Ever since her ex-husband walked out, leaving her alone with three small children, Gwyn has been mother, father, and bread-winner all rolled into one. Her own scarred heart aside, she refuses to open up her children’s lives to the possibility... show more
Gwynneth Jacobs doesn’t believe in happy ever after. Ever since her ex-husband walked out, leaving her alone with three small children, Gwyn has been mother, father, and bread-winner all rolled into one. Her own scarred heart aside, she refuses to open up her children’s lives to the possibility of more heartbreak, and so she has an unbending policy of no dating and no unattached men in their lives.
But then her very own fairy tale falls into her lap…and the Hollywood hero won’t take no for an answer.
Publish date: 2013-06-30
Publisher: Michem Publishing
Pages no: 222
Edition language: English
Series: Ever After (#1)
Rating: 3.5 out of 5.Gwynneth the single parent of three children finds herself in close quarters with a movie star.A bit star-struck, she plans to treat him normally.Gareth is a bit intrigued by this woman. Older and more mature than other women he has dated (although younger than him by seven year...
"I'm too old to believe in fairy tales, Gareth," she said quietly. "And my kids are too young to have to stop believing in them." Setting aside the dialogue that tips the cheesy scale a few times too often, the severely dated character details on the hero (because, seriously, what man can pull off ...
* Review Copy provided by Netgalley in exchange for a honest review *I believe this story is a self-published novel (although I could be wrong) and it is very well written. Unlike alot of self-pub's it is not full of spelling and grammatical errors and the story flows beautifully. The main character...
This was an okay read. I really like the premise of "celebrity and civilian" fall in love but this book does nothing special with that premise. The hero and heroine are well suited for each other because they are both dull and bland. For a famous movie star, Gareth has very little charisma. Aside ...
Oh, I liked this! Gwynneth Ever After is a sweet little fairy tale, only instead of an evil stepmother, there's lots of real life baggage. Babysitters and limited funds, broken cars and precious children with chickenpox. Gwyn Jacobs takes it all in strike. Oh, and she's got her own architectural ...
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