By Whitney Gaskell
The Cassel sisters have little in universal along with a couple of wacky mom and dad and a maddening knack for eluding happily-ever-after endings. but if their lives require harm keep watch over, just a dose of sisterhood will do.
Paige, the oldest, is a go-getter divorce legal professional who’s reeling from her personal disastrously failed marriage–and the truth that her ex has without warning come roaring out of the closet with a lovable boyfriend in tow. heart sister Sophie is having difficulty adjusting to lifestyles as a spouse and expectant mother. together with her doubts at the upward thrust together with her weight, she’s ogling each to be had baked good–and each on hand man–that crosses her course. And up-and-coming clinical scholar Mickey has a racy new plan for her destiny that’s bound to surprise her complete relations. It encompasses a dangerously good-looking, decidedly married chef…private cooking lessons…and highly spiced undies.
To most sensible all of it off, the fogeys who dragged them throughout the Divorce from Hell years in the past are performing like young children in love…with one another! one after the other, Paige, Sophie, and Mickey are approximately to benefit simply how reliable it's to have a sisterly shoulder–or two–to lean on.
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I attempted to not be too noticeable approximately it—I walked over to the water fountain, which afforded me an exceptional view of the Nautilus aspect of the room, and after taking a drink, I casually scanned the room. not anything. subsequent I canvassed the treadmills and motorcycles, faking an curiosity within the elliptical cross-trainer, after which eventually looked at the juice bar. whilst I nonetheless didn’t see him, i used to be confronted with a hindrance. instead of throw on sweats and head to the health club with mattress head, i used to be freshly showered and donning simply enough make-up to seem dewy skinned and brilliant eyed. If i began to determine, i would prove sweaty and smelly by the point he confirmed up. but when I sat within the café, perched prettily on one of many excessive stools that confronted the juice bar, I’d glance ridiculous. “Sophie? ” I spun round. And there, taking a look wonderful in a white T-shirt and military shorts, used to be Dr. Prasad. pleasure jittered via me. “Hi. Did you simply get right here? ” “Yes, quite a few mins in the past. i used to be hoping I’d see you here,” he stated. His smile used to be hot, and entirely involved in me. “Did you need to get whatever to drink? ” I requested, gesturing towards the juice bar. “Yes, absolutely,” he stated, and we walked over to the counter. “I’ll have a wide orange juice, and what do you want? ” Dr. Prasad requested, turning to me and resting his hand on my again. approximately an inch up from my butt. “Ah. Um. I’ll have a Berry Berry Smoothie,” I stuttered. All i'll imagine used to be: Dr. Prasad’s hand. is correct close to. My ass. “That’ll be 5 fifty,” the teenage boy at the back of the check in acknowledged. “Here, positioned it on my account,” Dr. Prasad stated, turning in his laminated club card. “Oh no, you don’t need to pay for me,” I protested. “I insist. ” “Thanks,” I stated, ducking my head down. This was once enjoyable. The conspicuous absence of flirting was once one of many suckier points of marriage, correct up there with the top of first kisses. not anything beats a truly nice first kiss, and while you’ve been kissing an analogous guy for ten years, it starts off to lose its allure. in particular whilst stated guy is a whole fucking asshole who surfs porny web content whilst he’s pretending to paintings. “Is anything flawed? ” Dr. Prasad requested as we sat down at a desk. “What? Oh no. ” “You have been frowning. ” “No, no. i used to be simply . . . remembering anything i must do. besides. Um. So how are you? ” I requested. “Very solid. and the way is little Ben? ” “He’s nice. i presumed he should be coming down with an ear an infection this morning—he used to be grabbing his ear—but probably it’s simply one other teeth coming in. Is that ordinary? Oh no. I’m sorry. I don’t are looking to harass you with clinical questions,” I acknowledged, blushing. The query had simply type of gushed out by itself volition. It was once as if the Mommy a part of me was once attempting to combat the femme fatale half for keep an eye on of the dialog. “No, that’s really o.k.. it can simply be teething soreness. Why don’t you watch him for the following few days, and if he starts off to run a fever or turns out much less lively than ordinary, convey him in to work out me,” Dr. Prasad stated. “And please, name me Vinay. ” “Okay. Vinay,” I acknowledged, trying out it out.