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Marissa Harrison is a beautiful 52-year old widow, writer and mother of two grown children. At a surprise party for her daughter she is introduced to Keaton Ross, an attorney at her son’s firm. Believing that her son intends Keaton for his sister, Marissa is shocked to learn that Keaton has eyes for only one woman—Marissa.

As Keaton and Marissa grow closer, Marissa can only...more
Kindle Edition, 88 pages
Published April 25th 2012 by Lazy Day Publishing
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Kimberlee
Okay this book is fantastic. There are not enough adjectives to describe how much I enjoyed reading this story. Being a women over forty now, gave me some insight that maybe life is far from over. For every women who thought life stopped at forty, pull your boot straps up and think again.
Katerina Kinsley
Tom Harrison decided to bring a coworker of his to a family party in hopes of introducing him to his sister, Carly. He did not realize that his coworker, Keaton, would have eyes only for his mother. “To Love a Woman” is about a May-December romance that involves a widowed mother of two grown children and a dominant younger man.

Marissa Harrison did not easily accept the fact that she was falling for a man 22 years her junior. And Keaton did not easily accept the fact that the woman he loved was...more
Katie
I absolutely loved this story!
Her main character Keaton, is hot and young, and knows what he wants. He wants Marissa, a strong, confident, beautiful woman - who is also almost old enough to be his mother. This doesn't deter him in the least. Their chemistry is amazing! The spankings he gives her are sexy and erotic, and very very yummy. But Marissa still has some fear and doubts about how other people, especially her children, will react. This leads to a few, punishment sessions over his knee....more
Adaline Raine
I really liked the way the story started out. You immediately found yourself blushing along with 'Reese' when Keaton tells her that he wants to be involved with her and not her daughter! I liked the romantic and sexy intimacy that they shared and I even liked Keaton turning Ms. Marissa over his knee until almost the end when he got kind of crazy. I don't mean a crazy in love kind of way it was a bit scary and our heroine seemed to still be o.k. with it. Just my opinion because the story was very...more
Maren Smith
This is my second Jade Cary book and I LOVED it. Romantic, sweet, sexy and a dominant man who falls in love with an older woman. The selling point for me wasn't just the fact that there is spanking in the story, but that Marissa is not a young woman. At last, someone who does December-May with not just heart, but passion. Keaton is very much my kind of male. His authority was intense at times, but oh so very believable. This book is going into my favorites file. I'll definitely be reading it aga...more
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Jade Cary wrote elaborate fantasies in her head from the time she was a small child. The fantasies included strong men and strong, loving relationships. She discovered romance novels quite by accident, once she'd devoured everything by Stephen King and Joseph Wambaugh. Desperate for something new to read, she picked up The Other Side of Midnight by Sidney Sheldon. After that, she found Scruples, b...more
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