"Have a problem....ask a neighbor to help"
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted March 4, 2015
Romance Series | Romance Contemporary
Charlotte is running a business out of her home.
does a lot of baking in hopes to raise enough money to
her own shop.
Max is one of the town's deputies. He thinks that he has
his life all figured out until out of the blue his ex
off a little girl Zuzu. Max had no idea that he had a
child and wants nothing to do with her. However, her
mother has a different idea and takes off leaving Zuzu
Max has no idea what to do with her and asks Charlotte to
babysit her so he can go to work. Charlotte has too much
on her plate to watch a little girl, but does it anyway.
Shirley McCoy wrote an inspirational book. I really
the way that she makes two almost complete strangers come
together to care for this little girl. McCoy shows that
even though this child is not yours, you can still give
all the love that a child deserves.
Both main characters have different ideas on what is
good for a child, but they come to realize that if you
combine your ideas it is a win win for all.
In THE COTTAGE ON THE CORNER Shirley McCoy
gives you the insight of how living in a small town works.
Friends help friends and come together no matter what the
problem is. I have always wanted to live in a small town
and after reading this book, I really want to live in
one. Even though I don't I do have several close friends
that would help me
out no matter what the problem is
THE COTTAGE ON THE CORNER is a great quick read and I am
looking forward to the next one in
In Apple Valley, Washington, true friends are never far,
neighbors can help heal the loneliest hearts--and longed-for
dreams can unexpectedly become real . . .
Charlotte Garrison's second chance is falling into place
just like she's carefully planned. A few more sales of her
heavenly sweets and she'll be able to turn the empty shop on
Main Street into her own bakery--a plan much more sensible
than ever again risking her heart. But when a rambunctious
three-year-old girl lands on town deputy Max Stanford's
doorstep, Charlotte finds helping the good-looking deputy
care for her is sparking the most impossible dreams . . .
Max has never been much for settling down. But while he
finds out if little Zuzu is really his daughter, Charlotte's
warmth and caring makes him want to prove he's worthy of her
trust. And as they struggle to come to terms with their
pasts, Max will do whatever it takes to show Charlotte home
is where dreams come true--and he and Zuzu are all the love
and home she'll ever need.
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