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A story by New York Times bestselling author becomes a comic!

What Jane and her estranged husband thought was a one-night fling turns out to be a lot more complicated!

Jane and her husband, Demetri, have been living apart for five years when he reappears in her life out of nowhere, asking to officially get a divorce. He’s as charming as ever and Jane is shocked to realize that she’s still in love with him. She starts to panic, and Demetri attempts to calm her down…but they fall into each other’s arms and spend a passionate night together. Jane chalks it up to a simple mistake—a way to get some closure—but destiny has other plans for the couple. Jane is pregnant!

About the Author

Anne Mather always wanted to write. For years she wrote only for her own pleasure, and it wasn’t until her husband suggested that she ought to send one of her stories to a publisher that they put several publishers’ names into a hat and pulled one out. The rest as they say in history. 150 books later, Anne is literally staggered by the result! Her email address is and she would be happy to hear from any of her readers.

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a bad version of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" 2  2

This rekindle the romance and marriage didn't really spark my flames of passionate reading. There were a lot of things that didn't make sense like for example; the we know about who's the father situation in the beginning. The heroine asks the hero who denies paternity......but he won't tell his own wife who the father is. The man is expecting her to trust his word but he won't open up and show he trusts her by saying who the father is because he knows. The whole thing is an after "My Big Fat Greek Wedding", except many people like the mother and the hero's future fiancée are meaner. I mean like a pack of wolves onto the little sheep of a heroine, you should read how they corner her at every turn, forcing her out of the house, despite the hero's ill father's insistence that she stays because he likes her. In fact, the whole mess was in fact started by the hero's mother. The woman despises the heroine with a passion greater than Dante's art and an ambition of Genghis Khan that her only heterosexual and non devoted to priesthood son is married to the girl of right class and race: rich, snotty, and uppity greek girl. So, she tells the pregnant girl to announce in front of everyone that the hero is the father then whispers lies to the heroine behind the hero's back that since it's the good girl pregnant then her son must be lying and must be the father. This woman is willing to go so far that she will label her own child as an adulterer when she knows he's as faithful as faithful gets. It doesn't stop there even after the heroine leaves and the baby dies. Five years later, she uses her sick husband as a reason to lie to the hero that the father wants grandchildren since his time is running out and lies to her husband that the hero is marrying the OW because he loves her. She's nasty, horrible, and would probably be the reason why her other two children became gay and went into priesthood. I was really hoping for a confrontation scene between the hero and his mother where he tells her to shove off!! It didn't happen at all, such a massive bummer. The whole divorce between the hero and heroine only makes them realize that they are still in love with each other. Then there's the whole crisis with the heroine who finds out that from their last encounter when the hero came to ask for a divorce resulted in a child, so she's doing everything she can to keep it a secret because of the hero's claim to marry the nasty OW. There are few people in this story who actually care for the wellbeing of both hero and heroine: hero's father and gay brother. In fact, it's the father who confronts the hero on whether or not he still loves the heroine and brings up the idea of what would he have done in the heroine if a man came up and claimed to have gotten her pregnant. The hero says he wouldn't believe it and would laugh in the man's face. The father says other wise and that the hero would beat the man up and demand answers. Then we have a whole flashback from the hero of how they met, fell in love, and had a happy life. So, he goes back to find the heroine waiting for him with news about how a guy at work was hassling her to marry him and how the OW from 5 years ago saved her. She also says that the OW confessed she lied because the hero's mother said to and the father was the hero's brother, the priest whom she loved and didn't want to go into priesthood. Apparently, she was able to seduce him but he still wanted to into the seminary and left her. I wanted to punch that stupid priest for that mess not because he fathered a child but because he let his brother take the blame for it all. They reconcile and the heroine reveals her pregnancy to the hero. We fast forward to where everyone is cooing over the first grandbaby and the hero and heroine walk off to share a private kiss. This really wasn't my cup of tea.

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