by Skye Jordan
Published: November 13th 2019
Publisher: Cygnet Books, Inc.
Length: 236 Pages
My Rating: 2.5 stars
After a lifetime of abandonment, Miranda Wright depends on no one but herself. She’s about to break ground on her dream of building green, affordable houses for retired veterans, and she’s not about to let anything alter her plans—especially not a sexy know-it-all architect from New York. Her strict, no-seconds rule has kept her heart safe this far, so why fix what isn’t broken?
When a family crisis strikes, Jack Taylor is on the next flight to Nashville. But coming home stirs up more betrayal than answers, and he finds the perfect distraction in a feisty but guarded brunette. Only, one-night turns into a whole lot more, and Jack finds himself all-in by the time he discovers that Miranda’s secrets may very well cost him not only the family business, but his heart
This book was mediocre at best. While it was an entertaining read, it was predictable and uninspiring. There was nothing particularly standout about it. I felt the characters and plot were formulaic. It was obvious how everything was going to happen. I didn’t hate it but there was nothing about it that made it special.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.