Casey: looking remarkably guilty and a little bit scared Are you going to tell her? MOK: Your secret is safe with me. So, you guys are doing all right. But I never thought this would happen. MOK: What do you mean? Casey: Like a family.
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A real one. We took a vacation this summer to the Grand Canyon! MOK: Sounds like a good family vacation. How was the Grand Canyon? Someday Dad and I are going to go back and hike to the bottom of it. Mom said how amazing it must have been to be the first person to see it. And I said, I bet it was a little scary too.
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Amazing and scary all together. And Mom. Like bawling all over the place.
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Someone walked by and gave us a kleenex. It was embarrassing. MOK: Congratulations! At all. MOK: You sound excited. How much longer until you find out?
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Casey: The baby is due next month. Monica Appleby is a woman with a reputation. Problem is, the hottest man in town wants her gone. But the desire in his eyes sends a very different message: Stay, at least for a while. Jackson needs this cookie deal to go through. His town is dying and this may be its last shot.
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Monica is a distraction proving too sweet, too inviting—and completely beyond his control. With every kiss he can taste her loneliness, her regrets, and her longing. Soon their uncontrollable attraction is causing all kinds of drama. But when two lost hearts take a surprise detour onto the bumpy road of unexpected love, it can only lead someplace wonderful.
No, sorry, it's a book badly written, you can write great love stories using a correct language. The thing is that I found some of the first nice guys in the genre precisely in JAK's novels. Although sometimes I wonder if we're a little too quick to assert we like nice guys, maybe in response to the sexist notion that "girls don't like nice guys," which seems to pressure women to like nice guys or else, be like Them, those other women.
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