Sandra has pieced her life back
together after her divorce. Along with her sister, she
started her own preschool, so she could spend more time with
her four-year-old daughter. Her ex is an actor and wants
nothing to do with his little girl. When Sandra’s sister
takes it upon herself to invite a sexy actor to do research
at her school, it is all that Sandra can do, to not fall for
Ben is living a carefree life, but he
is looking for something more, at least professionally. He
is up for a role that could bring him an Oscar. But he has
never really been around kids. The solution is easy enough.
Spend two weeks at a preschool to learn how to talk to
kids. Quickly Ben finds himself falling for the closed up
Sandra, and her little girl.
The Role Of A Life Time
has some good times, bad times, and lots of sweet romance.
It had good writing but I do wish that it had delved into
the character’s lives a bit more, for instance it would have
been nice for Steve, the ex, to show up even if it had been
a disaster. Other than that The Role Of A Life Time
was great fun to read.