His dinner for one just got complicated.
Steven Atkinson moved back home to win his ex-girlfriend’s heart, only to find she’s fallen completely in love with someone else. With a Thanksgiving dinner ticket to his ex’s family dinner, he’s dreading showing up alone, pining over the one who got away.
Ginny Thompkins is ready to put herself out there, even if it is just about the scariest thing since IT crept out of the sewers. And the cute boy across the street wants her to be his date for Thanksgiving dinner with a bunch of strangers. Maybe it’s just the thing to get her to find that confidence for that opening position at work.
But when using each other for their own personal gain turns into an unbridled attraction, Steven and Ginny just may get way more than for which they bargained.
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- Christy B
Super cute romance and great narration
This is a super cute story and these are some of my favorite characters in this series. I loved these two even though I wanted to smack Steven for taking so long to realize what was right in front of him. He was infuriatingly stuck in the past and almost missed what he currently had. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Ginny - super shy characters are some of my favorites and Gin was perfect. I loved how they brought the best out of each other and were really a great pair. Ginny was absolutely adorable and Steven came to love her for it. This narrator really nailed these two - with a smooth voice I especially thought she captured the super shy Ginny. She was able to nail the other characters as well.