Dating a cougar 2

Send us a new image. Is this product missing categories? Checkout Your Cart Price. Description Details Customer Reviews "Why can't he ever seem to find a woman who is both smart and beautiful to date? And he doesn't care a bit that Jane is a lot older than him. Aided by his not-so-helpful family, Walter's pursuit of his reluctant cougar will make you laugh out loud in this entertaining romantic comedy.

He wants to date Jane Fox who can turn on his body and keep up with his brain. Unfortunately, the sexy older woman is using her formidable logic to prove any relationship between them is a bad idea. But once he gets his reluctant cougar into bed, Walter intends to give Jane's amazing mind something more important to focus on than their age difference. The heroes are hot, and definitely swoon worthy.

McDonald's novels will capture your attention from the beginning of each story, and keep you turning page after page until the end. Don't have a Kindle?

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Oh my gosh, I love this series. They are all standalone reads but if you read in order you get introduced to the next character in the series and believe me, you will want to know how that one goes. GREAT reads, fun, entertaining and leave you with a good feeling. This story is about an older woman that has attracted the attention of a younger man. She is 39, he is It is easy to understand her holding back and not allowing the relationship to develop.

She looks at all the rational reasons why it can never be. NOW, he is young, a hunky giant, volunteer firefighter, very astute businessman. He is mentally older than his 27 years.

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However, being book smart has not educated him in the ways of females. He has very little experience in that department so he needs help from time to time from his friends and family on what to do next to win her heart. Theirs is a very fun interesting journey,. You will root for them but you will still understand where she is coming from.

Every "older" woman should be so lucky!!! This is a great hero even if he needs a little help from time to time. There are lots of family and friends that are in on everything and have no problem putting in their two cents worth. But it is all in fun and you will enjoy this crazy family dynamic. A great read and I definitely recommend it. I was not paid for this review.

Dating A Cougar II (Never Too Late, book 6) by Donna McDonald

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Having read this volume many times before and after Doris and Harrison's volume I still very much enjoyed Jane and Walter's volume and still entertain the explanation of the Graham curse or blessing. Will Stephanie ever found her man? Regina and Lydia are still my favorites. Donna just does it for me.

Dating a Cougar II

I liked this cougar novel better than the 1st. I liked the flaws and as well as the strength of the heroine in the story, because the hero put up quite the perfect man act but failed miserably in the boyfriend category. I enjoyed seeing how each overcame their separation. And liked the pregnancy surprise. Jane is a younger cougar than Alexa, hence the baby.

Loved that Walter was third generation to marry a cougar. Seems the men in his family like mature, intelligent women.

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The calendar mistake was divine and the fallout it caused. Donna has done it again! One thing I truly love about reading her books is how she infuses humor into them. This story is nicely crafted where she reveals the needs, wants, and fears of her characters without flaw.