A Family For A Week, Axel Dawson, Daisy’s brother
is hailed as a hero after he found the heroine, Sadie's toddler
son, who wandered off in the mountains. Sadie’s family
decided to have a reunion at the Dawson Family Dude Ranch.
After hearing her sister is now engaged, Sadie shares the
news with her great grandmother. Having misheard, she thinks
it's Sadie who's now engaged to Axel, who's already made clear
that he's not interested in any such commitment. Too bad Sadie's
dream to find the right man for herself and her son isn't
going to happen with Axel, in spite of her hopes. But having
been forced together Axel might be having second thoughts.
Senate “likes writing about single moms. I’ve
been a single mom since my son was 4, and he just turned 18,
so it’s a world I know well! There’s just a lot
to probe about both a single mom with a lot on her plate,
emotionally, financially, etc., and a hero who doesn’t
think he has what it takes to be a good dad. I like changing
The reason I wrote Alex as Mcgorgeous because I used to be
a big Grey’s Anatomy watcher, so I’m sure I did.
I’d describe Axel as feeling like he’s between
lives, not quite comfortable in his new role on the family
ranch, rocked by how much this single mother and her toddler
son, who thinks of him as a hero, are coming to mean to him.
They completely crack open his heart and world.”
“I wrote Sadie as independent, sweet, kind, knows what
she wants of life, forthright. Definitely independent, a single
mother protective of her little boy and of her heart. I love
how close she is with her family, the generations of strong
women rallying around her.”
This is another winner for Senate.