I know better than to trust men like him. I was born and raised in a trailer park, I know nothing good happens to girls like me—girls with trailer park lives and trailer park hearts. Especially from gorgeous, kind, pigheaded men like him.
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Release Date: October 23, 2018
Genre: Romance. Women's Fiction
Actual Rating: 4 stars
Trailer Park Heart is a single mom romance/ women's fiction novel. Personally, I think it reads more like a women's fiction novel than a romance because the romantic aspects don't show through until the end of the book. Instead, the book follows a single mother who lives in a small town as she navigates life with her son.
Overall, I enjoyed reading Rachel's latest release. Ruby Dawson is a strong willed woman that will do anything for her son even if this means protecting him from the big bad world. She is the only person on the planet who knows who the father is of her six year old child, Max, and plans to keep this information hidden from the small town where she resides. After all, she doesn't need people to know her personal business and she certainly doesn't want to risk loosing her boy to a family that may be more financially secure. But then someone from her past pops back into her life. He is not the boy she remembers from her past as he is now a man that can make any women's heart race. Will the secrets she keeps stay hidden? Or will this blast from the past blow her little world up? The answers to this question is within the novel and I think many readers will enjoy the journey to find out.
If you are a fan of Rachel Higginson's previous novels then I would recommend this one. It's an enjoyable novel and one that will make you smile in the end.
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him through the hard and awkward and awful situations and help him become kind and honest, loyal and giving.
Or, at least that’s what I hoped to do. “I guess I am.” My mom laughed. “What about homework, little man?” I asked him after he’d collected my mom’s money. He made a frustrated sound. “Maybe, I don’t know.” Pulling out his folder, I dove into the after-school mom responsibilities I knew so well. It was
weird that Jamie had invited us over for a playdate. But it was even weirder that Levi Cole was coming back.
What did he want here? How long was he going to stay? Not that it mattered to me. I planned to ignore him, remember?
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