The Problem with Planning
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Single dad. Divorcé. Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army.
All titles I’ve come to terms with, even if I didn’t see those first two coming.
I never imagined making a military move to Germany as a single parent. What else I never imagined? Having an insane spark like I’ve never felt with my son’s kindergarten teacher.
Livie’s a singular force of light and beauty, and I’ve never wanted someone so much. But after what happened last time, I can’t escape the dread of dragging a new wife into this life and failing again.
Besides, our lives are too different. Our plans don’t match. We definitely shouldn’t date and absolutely can’t afford to catch feelings.
Everything changed the day I walked into that classroom. And now the only thing that scares me more than trying for another chance at love is living with regret if I don’t.
The Problem with Planning Love is a dual point of view romance told in first person that will give you all the sizzle and heat but keep it sweet.