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Callie Stamos is a lady who has no idea the affect she has on Bret Harverston. After being married for four years to the wrong man, she is now divorced and has very little self-esteem. She does not feel sexy. Beautiful Callie is a size fourteen with a lot of wit and fun to be with.
Bret Harverston has loved Callie for fourteen years. For seven years he has watched her with the wrong man. Bret calls Callie and invites her to go to Hawaii with him. Not only does Bret tell Callie he won the trip but due to an accident he cannot raise his arms. It took Bret time but he was finally able to convince Callie to go.
Within hours of their arrival the sexual tension is there. Deep down Callie loves Bret but she is afraid. He must not only show her how beautiful she is but that he desires her not only with his body but his with his heart.
Is Bret able to prove all this to Callie? Will he be able to make her his Miss February? Will he be able to show her how beautiful she really is? Does Callie realize that his love for her has nothing to do with the size of her, except that he wants to touch every inch of her gorgeous body?
I never walked away from reading this book. I enjoyed it so much that I read it twice. Madison Hayes gives a new meaning to eating pancakes. I enjoyed that Miss February was about a woman who was not perfect for we are not in a perfect world.