My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I haven't read book 1 in the series, but it didn't seem to reflect on me reading this one, I think you could read this as a stand alone, its very easy to get into and take up the story.
Most of the blurb says what its about. But Brian returns home, and this is where he picks up with his long lost friend Jill. His love.
He wants to win her back, but how?
She has a proposition for him, but she doesn't know that he will use this to his advantage!
Its a very good romantic read with all the twists, turns, angst and love that any romance has, its a lovely summer read. I could imagine myself sat in the garden or on a beach somewhere reading this.
I've not read any by this author before and found her style of writing very easy flowing and nice to follow.
Why not get it for your summer vacational read.
Small-town biz wiz Jill Hale has been in love with her childhood best friend Brian McConnell for as long as she can remember. A falling out led to years of estrangement, but when Brian returns to Dare Valley after trying to make it big as a chef in New York City, Jill's determined to make amends. She's convinced that starting a restaurant together will be the perfect win-win situation, allowing her and Brian to work together and play together. After a series of missteps sliced and diced Brian's career in the Big Apple, he came home to regroup and find himself. He's convinced that reestablishing his connection with Jill, the girl who got away, will put his life back on track. And when she approaches him with her plan for going into business together, he's certain it's the one way he can have it all-his dream job and his dream girl. Jill and Brian are falling for each other all over again when Brian's ex sashays into town, intent on sabotaging their reunion. Add in a mysterious investor who's determined to get Jill on board with his project, and the bond between the couple is tested to the limit. Will their second chance at love implode, or will they find their own recipe for a happy ending
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