Our Options Have Changed

We have been over my love of Julia Kent, right? Well here comes another one, Our Options Have Changed, co written with Elisa Reed.

The plot of this 298 book is – Having it all is a fantasy, right?
Chloe Browne knows all about fantasy. Fantasy is her job.
And she’s very, very good at what she does.
As director of design for the O Spa chain, a sophisticated women’s club that is trending its way into being the Next Big Thing, Chloe’s ready to take on the world.
One baby at a time.
Her home study’s done, and she’s about to adopt, a thirty-something single mother by choice. Who needs to put her life on hold for the right guy when the right baby is waiting for her?
Besides, talk about fantasy.
The right guy?
Pfft. Right.
And then in walks Nick Grafton, with those commanding sapphire eyes and wavy blonde hair and a sophisticated mouth that only smiles for her.
He’s perfect.
But the last thing Nick wants is to start fresh with a new baby as his college-age kids fly the coop. A single father for more than fifteen years after his wife walked out on her family, Nick finally tastes freedom.
But he likes the taste of Chloe more.

My View – I could tell you my favorite part of this book is the recurrence of characters from the Billionaire and CEO series. I could tell you that it’s the confidence Chloe has to know what she wants and goes after it on her own. I could tell you it’s the humor of Nick’s meddling children, but that’s not it either. What it is, is how much I can understand this story. If you have read my life posts you would know that I know starting over all too well. I am a parent who can see the light at the end of the tunnel (although still far off) and yet have started over. I know that feeling of being done and can understand Nick’s mind set. I have recently found myself saying that unless I inherit a child or adopt an older aged child, I am done. I actually celebrate milestones of my youngest where other parents may cry. I truly enjoy other people’s children and have been quoted saying “the Auntie life suits me”. However I guess when love is involved it all changes…

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