Monday, July 7, 2014

The Cottage on the Corner by Shirlee McCoy

I liked the story plot of this.  A woman leaves a daughter in the care of her ex-boyfriend, Max, and tells him she is his daughter which he never knew a thing about.  He gets care-taking help from Charlotte who forms an attachment to the little girl named Zuzu.

Charlotte is the town baker or trying to become such as she sells her wares and hopes to be able to open her own shop in town.  Max is trying to find out if Zuzu is really his child or not.  Morgan, the child's mother heads to Vegas for work and seems to pay little attention to the needs of her child.  As they all work out their situations, will Max and Charlotte find each other and try to care for Zuzu as well? 

There is also a little mystery in this romance to keep the pace going and to add some nice suspense to the plot. 

Disclaimer:  language.  There is some language in this book that is used that might be a consideration for readers.

I liked the plot, but am not a big fan of  language in a book and prefer books which would not use this. 

Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which I have given.

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