Sleeping in the Middle (A Comfort Club Book Book 1)

Sleeping in the Middle (A Comfort Club Book Book 1)

“A loveable heroine meets a mouthwatering hero -- Sleeping in the Middle is a romp of a story, full of laugh-out-loud moments.” —Leigh Michaels, national best-selling author of Just One Season in London and On Writing Romance

Zoe Robinson—a control freak mother of four—has been celibate for the past two years after her husband decided he didn’t want to be married anymore. She’s come to like sleeping in the middle and has no intention of shopping her granny panties and ultra-support bra around anytime soon.

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“A loveable heroine meets a mouthwatering hero — Sleeping in the Middle is a romp of a story, full of laugh-out-loud moments.” —Leigh Michaels, national best-selling author of Just One Season in London and On Writing Romance

Zoe Robinson—a control freak mother of four—has been celibate for the past two years after her husband decided he didn’t want to be married anymore. She’s come to like sleeping in the middle and has no intention of shopping her granny panties and ultra-support bra around anytime soon. Her focus remains on taking her party planning business to the next level, despite her ruthless competition. Zoe is determined to succeed without the help of her persistent mother, her meddling comfort club sisters, or the charming doctor—Chaz Anderson—who’s more than willing to help with an offer she’s finding hard to refuse. As if that isn’t enough, a phone sex bandit is circulating 1-900-DO-ME-NOW flyers and Zoe’s rebellious daughter is the main suspect. Zoe must decide whether to stay in control and in the middle, or choose a side and let someone in.

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Genre: Contemporary
ASIN: B08ZJHQMNY
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