Better Late Than Never

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Better Late Than Never

Better Late Than Never is an interesting story. It is romantic, tender and a fullfilling read.
 
Randy Stroud is a single father and runs into his old love Kristen Smith when he goes to her daycare center to enroll his son, Wade. The rebuilding of the relationship between Kristen and Randy was very realistic. It is not just about the past or an old love but the present and how they’ve both changed and grown since they were last together. Beyond the sex and strong sexual chemistry is an honest friendship between the couple.
 
I did have some issues with the story though. There were instances of telling and scene summarization where I would have liked some expansion and to be shown the interactions and happenings of the characters. I think it would have been an even better read had there been pages.
 
Better Late Than Never was an enjoyable, charming story. If you are looking for a fast, romantic read with steamy love scenes than I would recommend giving Better Late Than Never a try.

Book Blurb for Better Late Than Never

Kristen Smith enjoys working with children and her lifelong dream of opening her own childcare center has finally come true. Everything couldn't be more perfect until her high school sweetheart walks through the front door with his son. Randy Stroud was the one that she'd never gotten over. She never understood why he ended their relationship but it was obvious that he had moved on, and she was more than willing to pretend that she had. But Randy can't let Kristen go again now that he has her back. Will he be able to convince her that it is better late than never?


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2009 3.25