Author: Jo Richardson
Publication Date: July 20, 2017
Publisher: Enchanted Publications
Recently divorced, newly-employed, cookie-baking, PTA super mom Iris likes her life neat & organized, while house-flipping Carter’s itchy feet means he never stays in the same place for very long.
When Carter purchases the home across from Iris to renovate it for a quick sell, he has no intention of putting down roots. He certainly doesn’t plan on getting involved with the local community, let alone the town committee mom.
But life doesn’t always coincide with what we think we want.
When an unexpected family crisis pulling Carter back to the city, & Iris’ ex-husband doing his best to sabotage anything resembling a new life for her & their teenaged daughter, Iris & Carter soon find, love isn’t always sweet.
This is my first Jo Richardson book but it won't be my last. I loved Cookie Cutter with its sassy heroine and hunky hero. I read it from cover to cover in one sitting.
Iris Alden is woman who's learning her new normal after her divorce. Her daughter isn't making it any easier with her attitude.
Carter Blackwood has been making a living one flip at time since leaving his law career behind. However, this new flip is unlike any of the others because of the striking woman that leaves across the street.
Their meeting was unexpected but the sparks flew. But when life throws a wrench into their budding relationship, can they weather the storm or will they crash and burn?
I seriously enjoyed Cookie Cutter and couldn't put it down. I fell head over feet for Carter, he's heart is huge and pure. Iris is feisty when needed and compassionate always. Their passion is intense and their friendship is endearing.
What I loved most about this read was Iris, no matter was thrown her way she stay strong and persevered.
I would highly recommend Cookie Cutter if you are looking for a second chance love story with a little angst thrown in to keep you captivated.
I grew up in Maryland with four siblings, three parents and an endless number of cousins within the vicinity – but it was too cold up North for this thin blooded girl. Today, I live in Florida with my two girls and a husband who shares my same sense of humor and basic take on life as we know it.
Life is too short to put dreams on the back burner.
I write both contemporary and paranormal stories that include mystery, suspense, humor, action, romance, and anything else I can think up.