Title: Tender Loving Care
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date:18th April 2011
Author: Jennifer Greene
A yet another contemporary romance by Jennifer Greene, and as always, I enjoyed reading her book. This time, in Tender Loving Care, there’s load of surprises, plenty of sweet romance and a lot of hidden messages. One of the most obvious message that Ms. Green’s trying to send across this time is that learning to love wholeheartedly without fear.
You see, the heroine of this story fought against falling in love though she knew that her heart practically belongs to the main male character in this story. She’s afraid of getting hurt and emotionally involved with him, and I couldn’t help but smile when the hero, Rafe breaks through the walls that she build around her heart almost faster than she could build it.
Tender Loving Care is a sweet, romantic story that will guarantee you warmth even on the coldest day. I enjoyed it very much, and I rate this book 3.5 out of 5 stars.
When tragedy strikes, Zoe Anderson finds herself in the one role she never expected to have: mother. Sharing guardianship of four-year-old twins with sexy Rafe Kirkland is a responsibility she simply cannot accept. Rafe is just going to have to take care of the boys himself.
Rafe’s not prepared to be a single parent either, but deserting the children is not an option-and he’s never been as attracted to a woman as he is to their godmother. He proposes a solution: Zoe and the boys will move in with him, at least until other arrangements can be made. Or until he can convince her to make their temporary family permanent.
Zoe reluctantly agrees to the plan, but even after she loses her heart to the twins, she can’t possibly take that emotional risk with Rafe…
I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.