My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Another fabulous entry in this very sweet and funny series from Lucy and Molly.
Up this time is James, the lawyer from book one, and he finds love when he goes to close a deal on a rundown motel on the Cape.
What i really enjoy about this series, and especially in this book, is that there’s no unnecessary dramedy.
The tensions are created from situations which feel completely natural to the narrative.
Here it’s Sawyer feeling he wouldn’t be good enough to fit into James’ New York city life, while James is fearful he’s killed all his chances because of his involvement in a deal to buy the inn Sawyer loves so much.
There’s an easy pace to the story, it just flows beautifully from chapter to chapter and draws itself along to a deserved conclusion.
Thoroughly enjoyable and nicely steamy without ever going into overkill.
I’m interested to see how book four goes, as it will focus on Richard, James’s ex boyfriend, who seems superficial on the surface but who I suspect has much more to him.
#ARC kindly received from the authors in return for an honest and unbiased review.