'She'd never dreamt she'd wind up being a mum before she had a baby.' Can you ever be ready for a ready-made family? When Annie is swept off her feet by handsome widower Simon Keeler, she thinks all her dreams have come true. But Simon comes with baggage: seven-year-old daughter, Lydia, who's less than keen for a new mother - especially one as clueless as Annie. Soon the Keelers relocate to an exclusive small town in Connecticut. Amongst the country clubs, landscaped gardens and fashionable parents, Annie struggles to fit in. And after forgetting to collect her step-daughter from school and hosting the dinner party from hell, she begins to wonder if she's mother material. Enlisting the help of some new friends and a frisky horse called PomPom, Annie is determined to step up to the plate, but can she ever become the wife and mother her ready-made family needs...?The day they marched into my house through the crack under the door, I swore Ia#39;d leave and never go back. Plus my ... Whoa!a#39; she said as he clicked open his car. ... a#39;As soon as you knocked back that second vodka, I knew I was the designated driver. Ia#39;ve been ... about my car? We have to go and jump-start it. ... a#39;Ita#39;s just after noon, a#39; he told her, glancing at his watch. a#39;Good. Three hours until the school run.
|Title||:||Married with Baggage|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2009-11-19|