Mona Warren has been in love with her grandmother’s accountant since the moment she met him, problem being is he has no idea about it. At thirty years old, Mona has decided that it is time to do something with her life and when her work offer a buy-out scheme, Mona jumps at. Single, rich and with plenty of time on her hands, all Mona needs now is the man of her dreams. But how to get him?
Turning to the only man she can think to help her, Mike “The Dog” Dougherty, starts a journey of discovery and enlightenment, for both parties.
Can Mona do what needs to be done to win her true love?
Can this women have less self-esteem? If you are feeling down about yourself read this. Mona has cornered the market on self-deprecation. She compares herself to everyone else…not as pretty as, not as skinny as, not as happy as, not as fun as, not as athletic as. I wanted to shake her and tell her to get a grip!
Fortunately I quite liked the character of Mike, although there were times when even his insecurities shone through. The lengths that Mona went to to try to gain Adam’s approval where somewhat far fetched and quite frankly I think most people would have given up after the first one.
As an easy read, feel good, comedy romance goes this had it’s moments but lost some of its potential along the way.