MILF: Wrong Kind of Love by Erin Noelle

Time and tide wait for no man and after almost a year studying in Europe our leading man Greyson “Gray” is not the same kid that waved goodbye to not only his mom but his best friend all those months ago.

He is back and he is has his eyes open to a situation that he would have never considered before.

Mia Sullivan is Gray’s best friend’s mother – he left Adam when he went to Barcelona but now that he is back, Adam’s home is his refuge.

Mia has seen Gray grow from the goofy kid that he was into a man that if circumstances were different she wouldn’t hesitate to get to know. But things are not different and her feelings are not going away, the decision she has is whether or not she can act upon her desire.

Surely she deserves to be happy?

Mia and Gray have an attraction that refuses to dissipate, refuses to allow then to take a step back and evaluate the consequences of what they know they want.

What would it do to Adam and his relationship not only with his Mum but also his best friend, can they put his needs before theirs or is that just not an option?

Mia’s sister Stella supports her completely having been there for her during the separation but everyone has Adam to contend with and when Gray lays his proposal at her feet, she hasn’t the strength or will power to say no – she needs this man, he makes her feel things that she had long since given up on, he provides her with the confidence and support to forge ahead with her career and provides her self-esteem a much needed shot in the arm.

She is finally living again, having been given the chance to breathe by a man that worships the ground she walks on.

But what about Gray – well it is surprising what the love of  a good woman can do and he is learning that loving someone else is the epiphany that he needed in his life, she has awoken his desire and he is not about to give that up for anyone.

And boy is he not shy about letting her know that little titbit!!

But can they realistically make it work and can they save their relationships with Adam?

I have to say that I liked both Mia and Gray but I also had a soft spot for Adam, he was a fantastic son, she could not have expected any better. And good god – Stella well she was just phenomenal!!

Overall a great all round read it had something for everyone and that is far from the norm with many books nowadays – I thoroughly enjoyed it!!


 

 


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