Series: Rx for Love (Book 5)
When Margaret Fisher's friends were killed in a tragic accident, she
suddenly found herself co-guardian of the couple's six-year-old son.
Cole Lassiter was the last man she ever wanted to see again after he'd
broken her heart in high school, but she'd do anything -- even move into
his house -- to be a mother for Charlie.
Successful entrepreneur Cole still felt betrayed by Meg...and couldn't
imagine sharing anything with her, let alone a son. But while adolescent
wounds ran deep, so did their very grown-up attraction for one another.
And as they learned to be good parents to Charlie, the mismatched pair
were also learning about forgiveness -- and the power of forever love.
Good book. I really liked the way that both Meg and Cole stepped up to take care of Charlie, even with the way they felt about each other. Neither of them wanted to be around the other, but they put it aside for Charlie. As they spent time together, it became obvious that they were still attracted. They also learned to communicate with each other because of what they had to do for Charlie. As they did so, more of their past issues came to light and were resolved. There were a couple of surprises at the end that helped put everything to rest and made their HEA possible.