Book Review: Be Mine Forever by Marina Adair

Paper, Pen, and No Plan

Sara Reed hasn’t had time for romance since her husband died. A single mom raising her son while also running a dance studio, she doesn’t have enough hours in the day to get wrapped up with Trey DeLuca. Plus the VP of sales for his family’s wine company refuses to settle down. The last thing Sara needs is to have her–and her son’s–heart broken. But when Sara decides to help out at the town’s Valentine’s Day Gala and Trey offers to play nanny in exchange for dancing lessons, Sara has no choice other than to let him into her life. Can she teach this commitment-phobe that  life with a family is better than any adventure? Or will she lose him on the next flight to Italy?

When I first started reading Be Mine Forever, I had a really hard time with Trey. I couldn’t help drawing comparisons between him…

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