Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Until Now by Denise Skelton

Until Now by Denise Skelton

Terry Meyers’ life seems to be falling apart. Her husband left her and their 2 sons for a woman 10 years her junior, she has a mortgage that she can’t afford, a car that stays broken more than it works and a son who’s going through puberty and seems set to drive her crazy in the process. Add to that the desire to go into business with her cousin, who is adamant that that will never happen and Terry believes her life could not get much worse.

Wade Nelson has moved back to Chicago to work as the new English teacher at Jefferson high. His strained relationship with his father has kept him away for many years. What his family doesn’t know is that Wade has another agenda for being back in Chicago.

As things seem to go from bad, to worse, Terry decides it’s time to take stock in her life. First on the list, handle her deadbeat future ex-husband. Second, find a new career. Third, swear off men, what’s the point, she always chooses the wrong one, always ends up being used or hurt… Until Now…

When Wade meets feisty Terry Meyers, the last thing he’s thinking about being in a relationship with anyone, let alone a woman who has two children, but Terry has a way of finding herself in rather strange situations and he just happened to be the one there to bail her out. With a past that he has never put to rest, Wade. by no means, considered the idea of settling don. Until Now…

This novel is a fun fast-paced easy read. I was laughing out loud at some of the situations Terry got herself into. Until Now kept my attention until the last page and I would recommend this book to anyone who likes romance with a little mystery.

Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: First Chance Publishing (November 6, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0979087732
ISBN-13: 978-0979087738

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