About the Book:
David and Millie both have big problems. A widowed dentist with an almost-teen son, he’s being stalked by an amorous patient. Millie’s mom keeps sending her on blind dates, even though the café owner has trust issues. So when a lost filling lands Millie in David’s office, the two of them find a solution—a faux relationship. No one gets hurt and no one gets nagged. It’s a great plan—until they really start to care. Now what will they do?
Romantic comedy isn't usually my thing, but this has enough serious sub-plots to keep the book from becoming farcical. It doesn't take a genius to predict how this book will end, but during the journey they address teen bullies and feelings of abandonment--and how those feelings affect other relationships. It is Christian fiction in the old-fashioned sense--she has to make her peace with God before they can live happily ever after, and he helps her to do so. I enjoyed this book and recommend it to fans of Christian fiction. Grade: B.
I'd like to thank the publisher for making a review copy available via NetGalley.