This was the first book from this author I have read and as it’s the first of the series I would like to read more so she how her writing style continues. I found at times it lost me but I kept reading on to see where the characters for finished up. I do not know if it was just my copy but the formatting needed to be looked at and editing as there were a few confusing parts for e.g. Liam just bought 2 coffees into the room after a small length of a page or so Liam says I need a coffee before we have this conversation together today. I received a free copy of the book and have voluntarily written an honest review.
But overall I did enjoy the story but could only give it 3 stars as it didn’t completely hook me in and give me the feel good feeling as I was reading. I will find the time to read the next in this A Cedar Valley series or take a look at another of the author’s books as the basic plot was great. I also liked that the story was told from Leah’s point of view as most of the books I have read lately have been from both, it was a nice change of pace.
Leah Adams is happy with her life and doesn’t want to attend her 10-year high school reunion but her best friend Rachel makes her go. She knows that Jake will be there and he is the last person she wants to run into. She is unaware that this night will change her life but will it be for the better or for the worse?
All she ever wanted was to be happy and have a family of her own with a husband that will have her like her grandparents loved each other.
Liam owns his own bar with his Grandfather in a country town called Cedar Valley and was happy with his life at the time. Girls had tried to catch him in the past but no girl had grabbed his attention long enough for him to want to keep them around. All that was about to change when one night a girl walked into his bar and smiled at him.