Book 1 of Housekeepers Say I Do series
"And now she was his maid."
Liz expected the Miami mansion to be like any other maid job her new company had acquired. What she didn't expect to find was her ex-husband still in the house, in nothing but a towel! Despite the awkwardness, Liz's company really needs this job - especially if she is to continue to employ the women from her pet program A Friend Indeed. Cain isn't exactly sure why Liz disappeared three years ago, but he doesn't blame her. He was a lousy husband. But now that she's back in his life he sees it as a way to be able to pay her back for their terrible marriage. However, as they start to spend more time together, Cain wonders if perhaps they might be able to start again.
My Opinion: I thought that this was a great book with good insights on what makes a good marriage. Though the main characters were a little bit of downers, the overall story was one of hope and second chances. I always love to see people work through their marital problems and find a way back in love with each other. The side characters are nice, but not overly involved in the story. Like I said, the main characters seem to dwell on the same things for far too long for the tempo of a plotline, but it's still a good read. I'd recommend it and I'm anxious to read the next book - Ellie's story.