Rome Hartt was having a bad day, or
rather, yet another repeat of a bad day. His towing company
wasn’t doing too well, it was Valentine’s Day, and his love
life was nil. He had gotten soaked by a passing vehicle, but
luckily one of his employees had made his next run for him.
Ivy Valentine was having a bad day.
She’d had a bad flight and was finally driving to the hotel
for a conference when her rental car had broken down.
Eros was not happy when his plans to have
Rome and Ivy meet went awry. All was not lost as they could
still meet at the masquerade that evening. But when that
doesn’t work either, he decides to take matters into his own
Thus begins a series of Valentine’s days
until Rome and Ivy get it right by meeting and falling in
love. In Valentine’s Day Do-Over, our hero and
heroine try to understand why the same day keeps recurring. I
enjoyed the gradual introduction between the two, both of
their insistence that this had to do with the lottery, and
their dawning realization of love.