The only problem is, Meg’s school has a policy forbidding teachers and parents from dating

The only problem is, Meg’s school has a policy forbidding teachers and parents from dating

?Meg’s and Tyler’s story was full of emotions, love, Fun, and witty banter ?The relationship between Tyler and His son Krew stole my heart, that boy is such a charmer. I bet he inherited it all from his dad ????

??My heart goes to everyone who lost a loved one and I was able to connect to Meg’s loss after losing my grandpa and how much I wanted to full fill his last wish but couldn’t and realized He will still be happy if I am ??How she struggled to full fill her mother’s words, how much she loved Tyler but felt complicated and tied. how she overcame everything for Tyler . Ahh! The end proposal ????

??????Okay, Tyler is a steal deal!! There’s so much depth for Tyler’s character, reading his character and seeing him able to come through his grief and loving another person was so helpful and gave me hope for my friend. I was able to understand my best friend’s loss and it’s not easy to watch them go through such grief Just wanted y’all to know why and how much I liked this book

This book did not disappoint. I don’t read very many romantic comedies, but I thoroughly enjoyed this one. It was easy for me to get invested in the characters and storyline, and the alternating POV between Meg and Tyler wasn’t confusing to follow.

Little did she know she would find everything she’s looking for in the parent Compared by Kortney Keisel is a sweet romantic comedy with single dad and secret relationship tropes

Things I like about this novel: “clean:” only kissing scenes, no sex sceneswholesome single dad tropecharacters processing through grief and loss in a relatablenot comparing yourself to others really good writing and sensory imagery

Things I dislike ab This book did not disappoint. I don’t read very many romantic comedies, but I thoroughly enjoyed this one. It was easy for me to get invested in the characters and storyline, and the alternating POV between Meg and Tyler wasn’t confusing to follow.

Little did she know she would find everything she’s looking for in the parent Compared by Kortney Keisel is a sweet romantic comedy with single dad and secret relationship tropes

Things I like about this novel: “clean:” only kissing scenes, no sex sceneswholesome single dad tropecharacters processing through grief and loss in a relatablenot comparing yourself to others really good writing and sensory imagery

Kourtney is amazing at writing such entrancing book boyfriends I can’t help but add them all to my best listI honestly fell for how much he loved Meg and how determined he was to show her, his affections are true

Things I dislike about this novel: Diane’s controlling grandmother vibes bothered me, but it fit really well into the theme of the book.

As a cherry on top, Ms. Keisel’s writing is really good, in my opinion. I highlighted a few sentences that made me think, “Wow, that’s some powerful imagery right there.” As an example, Meg says, “I want to roll myself inside this manila folder and squish it into the back of a filing cabinet.. pure szukaj. like way in the back, where no one can reach.”

In conclusion, I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs an easy read or who enjoys romantic comedies. I give this book five stars. . more

A year and half after losing his wife, single dad Tyler is ready to move on with his life. But he doesn’t want to just date, he wants to find someone to help him raise his son Krew. Similarly, after being dumped by her boyfriend of three years, Meg is looking for someone who prefers the family scene to the party scene.

A year and half after losing his wife, single dad Tyler is ready to move on with his life. But he doesn’t want to just date, he wants to find someone to help him raise his son Krew. Similarly, after being dumped by her boyfriend of three years, Meg is looking for someone who prefers the family scene to the party scene. Little did she know she would find everything she’s looking for in the parent of one of her second grade students, Krew. Can Meg sacrifice her dream job to be with the man she loves? Or will her fear of being second best to Tyler’s first wife prevent both Meg and Tyler from being together?