I’m known for my treats.
A billionaire bachelor with a world-wide candy company.
And I’m good being single. Life is too short to fall in love.
Until her. A curvy, brilliant, out-of-the-box single mom who’s changing the world one Halloween at a time.
Her Halloweenfest event is stealing the world stage each October.
And I’m impressed with far more than her business skills.
For the first time in my life, I want more. All of her. Everything she’s got to offer.
I’m just hesitant on being a dad. Mine was terrible, and it wrecked me as a kid.
The only thing to wreck me more?
Her not telling me right away that she’s pregnant… with our kid.
Although this book has few seasonal references, I enjoyed this sweet, midlife contemporary romance. Theo and Harper are complete opposites. The author brings in the single mom, billionaire, and opposites attract tropes. I truly loved the lack of drama in the story. This story is more mature as the couple doesn’t have issues with miscommunication and other nonsense. I liked how the book’s title eludes to the info you find in the story. It wasn’t quite what I expected, but it was a delightful read.
Theo is the contemporary version of “Willy Wonka” with his chocolate factory. Harper is a single mom with a kid struggling with bullying while juggling a job. Theo is an enigma, introverted, and may have chocolate in his veins.
Their first meeting is exciting. He is timid, and she is very outspoken. Yes, all the Halloween and candy talk makes me dream of chocolate. Hopefully, I’m not the only one. But I also really want Theo to be happy and maybe a bit less awkward. Things heat up and get steamy, but this brings home the point that you can’t change someone.
This book is very different because the male wants to pursue the relationship, and the female is second-guessing herself. Typically it is the other way around. However, Theo has come a long way with the proper support and the right women. Of course, after Halloweenfest, a bomb gets dropped on her literally, and I’m not sure how he will take it.
This book does end quite sweetly, and I have to say this is a more mature romance with less drama and miscommunication and just two people who genuinely love each other.
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