Published by Self on 01/31/2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy
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Breast cancer survivor Edie Williams is ready to live.
Divorced. Mother of two.
She’s planned the vacation of a lifetime for a reboot,
only to encounter an awakening adventure—Tommy Carrigan.
Manager of the band Collision, Tommy Carrigan has his plate full.
He’s on an annual holiday with his band family,
when the unexpected happens—Edie Williams.
Love might be just what the doctor prescribed,
but can it survive the world of rock-n-roll?
If you enjoyed The Sex Education of M.E., you’ll love After Care, another romance for the over-forty from L.B. Dunbar. Continue the adventure previously published in Love Notes, the newsletter of L.B. Dunbar.
After Care by L.B. Dunbar was a breath of fresh air. An over forty love story with laughter and all the feels. Two forty-somethings trying to navigate a relationship on their terms with all the baggage that comes with age. You would think it would be easier, but really, it is not.
Edie Williams has survived a divorce and breast cancer in her forties. Almost simultaneously, but now she is ready to live again. First step? A vacation with her children to celebrate and recharge before things change again. What she did not count on was Tommy Carrigan and the affect he would have on her life.
Tommy Carrigan has been through so much loss in his life, even so, he lives the carefree life only someone who is in the world of musicians can. He manages an up and coming band that keeps him very busy. Nothing matters more to him than his family and his band. Then Edie enters his life and throws him for a loop he never expected.
Edie and Tommy meet while on vacation and have an instant attraction. Edie would not normally walk into something so out of her comfort zone, but like she promised herself, she is ready to live again. But what should have been a vacation fling turns into more. But with so many responsibilities, distance and trust issues, can they find a way to move forward together?
What I loved about After Care was dealing with issues faced by forty-somethings. I loved how Edie worried about her age, her body, her disease, her children, her past and so on. It was not all roses. Tommy had his own responsibilities and no matter who much they wanted to make it work, they had to find a way to make it work, because life never works as you want or expect. I loved Edie and Tommy and watching their relationship blossom. This was a great story and I see another story in the works as well!
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What do you get when you cross a breast cancer survivor with a sexy, mature man….
After Care: A romance for the over 40.
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