The eighth book in
The Coffee Shop Series
The last thing I ever asked for was a divorce.
Four amazing boys, one awesome life, and one failed marriage later, I’m smack dab in the middle of my forties with nowhere to go.
Talk about unexpected.
Then again, romance has always let me down.
While juggling my newfound career responsibilities, I reach out for help in the only way I know how: a housekeeper.
Someone’s gotta clean this house and it hasn’t been me lately.
When I meet Tanner, he’s not what I’m expecting. I can tell he feels the same way.
And suddenly, the world looks a whole lot different than I expected.
There’s something cathartic about running a house cleaning company, but when my two employees quit to elope together and start a new life in Las Vegas, I’m stuck scrubbing other people’s houses.
Not my dream job, but not so bad either.
When a desperate woman calls to beg me for some help, the last thing I expect is the torrential disaster that I run into. Turns out, there’s a bigger mess here than just days-old cereal on the counters.
Four boys + single mom + new divorce = I got this.
Turns out, I need Leslie more than she needs me. When our two worlds collide, the fallout isn’t what I expected.