Is it an accidental pregnancy, if it’s purposefully planned?
Autumn Kulis wants a baby. It’s that simple and that complicated because one thing stands in her way - she doesn’t have a man in her life. And at almost forty, she isn’t getting any younger. On a two-week trip to her brother’s lakeside cottage, a plan forms. Make a list of three men. Sleep with each of them. Allow nature to take its course. Only, a certain someone gets in her way.
Logan Anders goes with the flow of life. Divorced, single dad, he works hard, and occasionally plays harder. When his college roommate invites him to Lakeside Cottage for two weeks, he hadn’t remembered his best friend’s little sister being so hot. Nor was he a fan of her plan to find a baby daddy. He’s determined to make her list then tear it to shreds leaving him the only man horizontal with her.
When we were forty, we had so much life to live, and a simple proposition could be the start of a second chance at really living.
Living at 40 is book 1 in the Lakeside Cottage series; an emotional story about getting older and chasing after what you want.
Wanting a baby is something Autumn has wanted for a while she just has to find the right guy to sleep with and make that happen; everyone has an opinion on who that should be. Logan throws his hat in the ring and hopes to be the last man standing.
I personally enjoyed this story, it had me laughing and also crying my eyes out. I cannot wait to read book 2.
Star Ratings; Plot: 4/5 Characters: 4/5 Heat: 4/5 Writing Style: 4/5 Overall: 4/5
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*Brother’s best friend
*Childhood crush revealed. . . and acted upon.
*Purposeful pregnancy plan
*Four lifelong friends and shenanigans