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A story every unappreciated mother can relate to.
Nikki Stone just wanted to be noticed. Recently divorced and juggling an accounting job with an after-five life as her kids’ maid, Nikki’s luck suddenly changes when a popular golf pro, Blake Andersen, falls in love with her. She's offered the CFO position at work, her kids release the death-like grip they have on her life, and she's spending weekends traveling the glamorous US golf circuit with Blake the Pro.
But when female problems surface in her forty-seven-year-old body, she’s certain illness will dash her future.
Then she gets the news. She’s not dying—she’s pregnant.
Dumbfounded, demoralized, and determined not to force Blake into marriage, she vows to keep her pregnancy secret until he proposes. Her bungling efforts catapult her into online sensationalism. Careful what you wish for.
Like the touching yet humorous Friends Who Move Couches, Don't Mind, Me, I Came with the House is another laugh-out-loud story in the thankless world of womanhood.