I love the Harlequin American Romance line because it is always fun to read about all the romance that goes in differents states around America. Tanya Michaels is a new author to me but after reading this novel I know it’s not going to be the last. I love novels with twins in them because they are always a handful and trouble some so they make such interesting characters in a novel. The heroine MacKenzie “Kenzie” Green is the mother of faternal twins Drew and Leslie and is divorced from her muscian of a husband Mick Green. Kenzie and her twins relocate to Atlanta, which is where her younger sister Ann with her husband and child also live, because she got a better paying job and a wonderful house to live in. The hero Jonathan Trelauney is her neighbor across the hall of her temporary apartment and he is a widowed painter who has been in a creative slump ever since he lost his wife and unborn child. I thought that Kenzie and Jonathan made a curious pair together but as I read further into the novel I saw that they both are compatiable with one another. I also thought that Kenzie’s twins were such amazing characters that really brought out something special in both Kenzie and Jonathan and I loved the ending very much. Here is the description of the book from the back cover and picture:
A DAD FOR HER TWINS $ 4.99 (219 Pages)
New Job. New Home. New Dad?
When Kenzie Green relocates to Atlanta, she isn’t looking for a man to complete her family. Then she meets her enigmatic new neighbor across the hall. Jonathan Trelauney seems to know just how to handle Kenzie’s domestic handful. And her kids are already falling in love with the widowed artist.
Kenzie’s twin son and daughter are shattering his peace…and JT loves every minute of it! They’re slowly but surely bringing him out of his reclusive shell. Now he’d like to do the same for their independent single mom. Can JT make Kenzie see that he’s a man she can count on? That he can be the husband and father her family needs?