Accidentally Yours eBook ePub edition by USA TODAY bestselling author Susan Mallery is back with the captivating story of a woman who believes in the. Accidentally Yours by Susan Mallery, despite its bright cover and comedic writing , deals with a very serious issue: Fatal childhood illnesses. WANTED: Single mom seeks billionaire’s pocketbook to fund dying son’s research cure. Will seduce if necessary. Blackmail is not out of the question. Miracles.
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I really like how committed she was to saving her son. She moves around the country to towns where research is occurring and eventually comes to Songwood, adcidentally small town outside of Seattle where, prior to a tragic lab explosion, a doctor had been said to be close to finding a cure.
This broke the straw for me. She blackmailed a billionaire among other things! Best scene in story: Apr 14, Shawna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: But it has a great happy ending. The whole pretense is far fetched at best and Kerri is not the sweet, innocent, heroic mother Mallery wants you to believe she is. Critics have dubbed Mallery “the new queen of romantic fiction. The hero, on the other hand, is considered as a heartless man.
It ruins a read because you always feel the whole book was in youes summary. Talk about instant karma! Then he reached between her legs and lightly touched her.
I feel like she just used that as a shield so her heart wouldn’t get hurt. Jun 12, Mei rated it it was ok. Worth the tears Beautiful story with the emphasis on the strength of love not just between mother and child but between a man and a woman.
Keri on the other hand annoyed me with her back and forth. I thought it was too abrupt. A child should never sound older than his or her age, it’s too cruel. Susam all 5 comments.
Then she looks like an overachiever. For the most part, Mallery blends the two well, but failed to provide a plausible conclusion.
She’s best known for putting nuanced characters into emotionally complex, real-life situations with twists that surprise readers to laughter. Starts out slow, and overall I found it ‘meh’. Both Kerri and Nathan are devastated. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The love story was more on the back burner. I liked Kerri’s spunk and her absolute devotion to her ailing son. Nathan dealt with the situation as best as he could, giving her space despite disagreeing with her, but by the time she got over her issues, the warm and fuzzies were gone for me.
Their mutual love for her little boy is sweet and touching. Unfortunately, the aforementioned billionaire, Nathan King Kerri Sullivan is a great mom to her 9-year-old son Cody, who suffers from a debilitating disease that has no cure.
View all 3 comments. Yes, I get that people will do anything for their children but this is just ridiculous.
Detailed Review Summary of Accidentally Yours by Susan Mallery
Accidentally Yours was touching, clever, funny, heartfelt, and romantic! And she can’t breach this deal since she believes in fate? Jan 23, Norine rated it liked it Shelves: Trivia About Accidentally Yours.
She practically blackmails him into ‘donating’ the money and in return he wants her to help him get the approval necessary to build great big tall towers that’ll carry his name. Obviously, they get more than they bargained accidentallt This book rocked me to my core! Jun 20, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: Of the thirty-one Susan Mallery books I’ve read so far, this accideentally now holds the top spot for favorite!
It’s a love story And there’s just a miracle cure just as Kerri’s son is about to die? So when this mere hairdresser from a small town makes him bend over and give her money, his frustration is off the roof.
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