by D.A. Navarra
Joan Carbone, thirty-nine and divorced for five years, is a sexy mother of two teenage daughters and finds little time to think about dating. As a high school office assistant in suburban Atlanta, she manages to plan her first vacation as a single mother over the girls’ spring break.
Bob James is a handsome professional acoustical engineer from Chicago in his mid-forties, and has been widowed for two years. His two sons try their own means of getting him back into the dating scene, but Bob finds that the majority of women are more interested in his money than his personality. Since he has not dated someone new in over twenty-five years, rather than try to meet someone to please his sons, he decides to vacation alone in a place that he and his late wife loved.
While her girls are back at the resort, Joan runs into Bob at Epcot, and they instantly form a friendship while waiting in line. They spend the day together, amazed at how easy it is to talk to the other. Bob joins Joan and her girls for the remainder of the week, and the relationship expands, but the awkwardness of what to do with someone of the opposite sex prevents it from going beyond friendship. They return to their respective homes and build on the relationship over the phone, but promise each other that they will put more effort into dating. They quickly learn that none of those people are as interesting as each other, and a subsequent visit by Joan to Chicago helps them discover they are falling in love.
Meanwhile, Georgia Governor Vincent Loveys, with his wide smile, perfect hair, and two large assistants, finds himself in a predicament that needs to be resolved. He was caught accepting bribes and impeached from office. Rather than face a long period in prison, he decides he needs to flee the country, and his plan takes him through Disney World at the same time as Bob and Joan return with their families. When Joan recognizes Loveys through his disguise, the families surprisingly find themselves in a battle with the evil politician.
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