That is…until she meets her new language student - a drop-dead, non-English-speaking college hunk named Leonardo daVinci and boy, is he a hunk! So what does Ramona do when he comes to her for help finding a place to live and a job? She offers him her abandoned studio at the back of her house and assists with finding him a job. As if that weren’t intrusive enough, he starts cooking for them regularly. Leonardo isn’t a bad cook either. Ramona insists he is just a friend, but friends don’t daydream about what their other friends look like naked in the shower and they sure as heck don’t drool over them as they work in the garden. So how in the world is Ramona going to handle this hunk of a man when she can’t even handle herself?
This funny, touching and light story of the life of a widow makes you re-think the rules. Ramona’s period of mourning is longer than what her friends think is healthy, but Ramona doesn’t see a thing wrong with her life as routine and boring as it is. Malena Lott has allowed us to see that we can move on to have a life after our soul mate departs from this world. This story is about the cutest thing you will read and will have you laughing your head off at the one-liners Ramona delivers.