Accidentally Yours eBook ePub edition by USA TODAY bestselling author Susan Mallery is back with the captivating story of a woman who believes in the. Accidentally Yours by Susan Mallery, despite its bright cover and comedic writing , deals with a very serious issue: Fatal childhood illnesses. WANTED: Single mom seeks billionaire’s pocketbook to fund dying son’s research cure. Will seduce if necessary. Blackmail is not out of the question. Miracles.
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Anyone looking for love need not apply. It seemed like the yurs match…until the unthinkable happened. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Accidentally Yoursplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Apr 14, Shawna rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Fans of emotional contemporary romance.
After losing his son Daniel to the same crippling disease, Nathan swore to never let anyone in his heart ever again and has erected an impenetrable stone wall facade to ensure that no one ever gets past his cold, hardened exterior.
The feisty, argumentative banter between Kerri and Nathan that progresses afcidentally unexpected friendship, mutual respect, explosive sexual attraction, and ultimately love yohrs charming and old school romance at its best.
It made me smile, laugh, cry, and want to call my mom to tell her how much I love her. View all 15 comments. Jan 28, Dinjolina rated it did not like it. Why,oh why was this book on the best cont.
On the most basic level I can tell you that this was a typical tragedy-salvation-love-marriage book. If you’rw starving for a hallmark accidenrally It ruins a read because you always feel the whole book was in the summary. The in-betweens were just for show at ssuan publ Why,oh why was this book on the best cont.
The in-betweens were just for show at the publisher office so the book would get printed. There is nothing important there. Karri,the protagonist,is a sad,sad,sad single mom with lots of energy and fate! At fist glance she seems cool and a figure to admire. Then she looks like an overachiever. Your kid thinks you really have superpowers at nine? I’m sorry,but what is acckdentally the discrimination of a malpery intellect?
Does this book freak me out or what? And then when I taught there were no more bad surprises-BAM! I got hit by her issues for caring about men. Accidentall she gets involved with a man her son dies. It is because she made a deal with God Devil? And she can’t breach this deal since she believes in fate?
Ok,sacrilege aside,that is plain obsessive. She is as bad as yyours sister! If his sister doesn’t wash her hands four times something bad will happen. If she has sex her son will drop dead. Talk about instant karma! View all 3 comments. I didn’t like her, I could not see why Nathan was one bit attracted to her, and I didn’t understand how she could treat billionaire Nathan with such contempt.
BUT this became a solid wall banger when she keeps acting on her stupid disillusions that she has sisan cosmic control over her sons life if only she deprive herself of all things enjoyable.
This broke the straw for me. I hate stupid ass heroines, and delusions such as her puts her solidly in that camp. Plus, the yyours points of the story was so predictable, no need to read the end as I’m sure I could guess anyway and if I’m wrong, I really don’t care.
Nov 04, Lady Allison rated it really liked it Shelves: Don’t let the cover fool you, this is not a lighthearted book! Kerri is a single mom with a son who is dying from a degenerative disease. She figured he would be more open to support considering his you Don’t let the cover fool you, this is not a lighthearted book! She figured he would be more open to support considering his young son died of the same disease. So, he gives her the money in exchange for her attendance at various events in order to bump up his public image.
Obviously, they get more than they bargained for Her strong personality could be interpreted as annoying, but I enjoyed it. Starts out slow, and overall I found accieentally ‘meh’.
The herione has a son dying from a degenerative disease, and she blackmails a billionaire into donating funds to work on the cure. I didn’t warm up to her much, as I found her pushy and silly. There is a predictable HEA. View all 5 comments. Mallerg 23, Rebecca rated it it acicdentally amazing Shelves: This was a great book. It was very emotional, and I almost cried several times.
Kerri’s son Cody is dying, sjsan there is only one man who can help her find a cure. Nathan King’s son died from Gilliar’s Disease, the same disease Cody has. He doesn’t let himself care about anyone, because it hurts too much. Kerri ha This was a great book. Kerri has her own issues. She feels she can’t enjoy life, or her son will die. She fights her feelings for Nathan, believing she will cause her son’s disease to progress.
Detailed Review Summary of Accidentally Yours by Susan Mallery
Jun 13, Thenia rated it liked it Shelves: Kerri Sullivan is a great mom yourx her 9-year-old son Cody, who suffers from a debilitating disease that has no cure. Her research has led her to a researcher who was close to developing a potential cure before his lab burned down, which stopped the research. Determined to do all in her power to keep her son alive, she seeks the help of a billionaire who lost his son to the same disease, hoping that he would provide the funds for a new lab.
Unfortunately, the aforementioned billionaire, Nathan King Yoyrs Sullivan is a great mom to her 9-year-old son Cody, who suffers from a debilitating disease that has susaj cure. Unfortunately, the aforementioned billionaire, Nathan King, is less than receptive to her offer and she has to resort to more extreme measures, forcing his hand.
Less than happy with the developments, Nathan provides the funds but they come with some conditions of his own. The two adversaries start developing unexpected feelings during the time they end up spending together, but sysan both have their own sets of issues to deal with before eventually getting their happily ever after.
While I really liked Kerri as a heroine in the beginning, admiring her for being an amazing mother and enjoyed her accidentaally with Nathan, she lost a major amount of points when view spoiler [her belief that her vow to god that she would devote her every waking moment to her son meant that if she did anything for herself meant that her son would suffer for it.
While I understood her guilt for enjoying herself when her son was dying, I found my patience with her draining rapidly the more irrationally she behaved hide spoiler ]. Nathan dealt with the situation as best as he could, giving her space despite disagreeing with her, but by the time she got over her issues, the warm and fuzzies were gone for me. Regardless, the story was engaging, even with the annoying parts, and ends with a satisfying happy ending that wrapped things up in a bow all neat and tidy.
This was a nice little book that was probably a bit heavier on the emotional side for a contemporary romance. The story’s of a mother who’s trying every means possible to find the funding for a research accidemtally a deadly desease that’s slowly claiming her son. And her trials take her to the wealthy coldhearted businesman who’s her last resort for the vast amount of money needed for the research.
She practically blackmails him into ‘donating’ the money and in return he wants her to help him get the app This suxan a nice little book that was probably a bit heavier on the emotional side for a contemporary romance. She practically blackmails him into ‘donating’ the money and in return he wants her to help him get the malley necessary to build great big tall towers that’ll carry his name. You can see the heroine’s desperation to help her son as this research is her last chance to save her son before the illness claims his life.
She’s determined to do anything, even sleep with the hero and she points that out early in the book, even if not taking much seriously so.
I could relate to that. I did see her frustration and determination, I liked her relationship with her son. And her son was a very sweet boy who sometimes sounded yors than his age. A child should never sound older than his or her age, it’s too cruel.