Grew Up… in Boston. Rob never knew his father and was raised by his overbearing mother, Mia.
Living... in London with his new girlfriend Sharon Morris, the soon-to-be mother of his child.
Profession... advertising executive. Rob initially wanted to be a large animal veterinarian but he was tempted by the more financially lucrative career of advertising. Now Rob is in charge of opening the London division of his U.S. advertising firm and he frequently deals with some over-the-top personalities.
Interests... taking care of Sharon, getting to know London, and trying to make new friends.
Relationship Status... it’s more than complicated. Rob never expected to see Sharon again after spending a sexy week with her while on a trip to London. So he was shocked when she called and told him she was pregnant. Rob impulsively decided to follow his heart and move to London to start a relationship—while simultaneously getting ready to raise a baby with her.
Challenge... dealing with potential catastrophes in his personal life. The last thing Rob expected was to grapple with a pregnancy and a brand new relationship all at once. Thankfully Sharon and Rob share a dark sense of humor, which helps them get through the absurdity of it all. As he once joked, “Even if I wanted to kill you, I wouldn't kill you. Or have you killed.” Now all he has to do is convince Sharon that marriage is the right step for them.
Personality... funny, grounded, smart, and optimistic. Rob has been through a lot of ups and downs in life; not only this unexpected pregnancy, but also his struggles with alcoholism. Yet through it all, he remains relatively upbeat. He doesn’t sugarcoat harsh truths, but he faces them with a cheerful demeanor.
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