Saturday, 8 November 2014

The House on Main Street by Shirlee McCoy

The House on Main Street (Apple Valley, #1)The House on Main Street by Shirlee McCoy
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I was granted this to read and review by Kensington Books via Net Galley.


Hm I was really looking forward to reading this book. I've had it for a while on my Kindle and I thought it would be a lovely book to read now, leading up to Christmas.

I found a few misleading things in this read, I'll give on example:

A 70 year old woman who is has broken her leg is hobbling around on crutches quite well?

The time scale in this book seem to drag too leading up to Christmas.

It may be some minor things but it spoilt the story for me.


There is some serious reading and altering needing to be done in this book as things are not all as they seem. Confusing.

Interior designer Tessa McKenzie has built a good life far from her Washington hometown. She intends to get back to it - as soon as she sells the cluttered Victorian house and antiques shop she inherited from her sister, Emily. But leaving Apple Valley a second time won't be so easy. There's her grieving nephew, Alex, to consider. And there's Sheriff Cade Cunningham, the adolescent crush who could easily break her heart again if she let him.
To Cade, Tessa was simply his high school sweetheart's kid sister. But now there's no denying she's a beautiful and caring grown woman, one he'd like to get to know. Except that Tessa is determined to leave again. If Cade wants to change her mind, he'll have to show her that small-town life has its lovable side - and that he does too. Most of all, he'll have to convince Tess they're good together, and that every step has led her right where she was always meant to be.
©2013 Shirlee McCoy (P)2014 Audible Inc.



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