Title:Hero At Large
Publisher:Harper;(March 30, 2010)
He cooks a pot holder in the spaghetti sauce and needs lessons on making Jell-O. Still, single mom and ice skating coach Chris Nelson is committed to keeping her sexy, scruffy, new "house husband" around. After all, she did break his arm...and his toe...and she can't just turn him out into the cold...
It seemed like luck when this gorgeous stranger first stopped to help Chris with her car, but suddenly her peaceful life turns topsy-turvy as tender, long-suffering Ken Callahan enlists the sympathies of her 7-year-old daughter and her meddlesome Aunt Edna. And even Chris can't deny the excitement his magnetic blue-black eyes spark deep within her...But who is he?
I had just heard about the book and the same day happened to be in a drug store and picked up a copy.
Hero At Large was incredibly cute. Some of the things made me laugh, and some...well, just made me want to beat the crap out of this girl. I meet very few characters like that.
The characters in Hero At Large are real. How the characters met was very realistic and perfect. Believe it or not these things may happen to some people in this world.
I dont do much Fiction reading, I prefer romance, but I will give a thumbs up to this book.
The cover is really cute and if you read the book, I assure you, it will make you laugh.