About About Time You Proposed
Second Chance at Love. Forced Proximity. Enemies to Lovers.
Emily Masters would rather weed the entire Roosevelt National Forest than work with Ethan, the Georgetown Railroad Troll. But her ex-boyfriend manages Clear Creek Adventures and would be the key person to promote her production at the local theater.
Ethan Winters avoided his childhood sweetheart since she’d crushed his heart when she chose a career in LA. Now she’s back for two months and working with her is sweet torture. The old feelings resurrect to life, and all his friends tell him it’s about time he proposed. He has but a few weeks to overcome his fear of commitment and plunge into unknown territory. But when Emily is offered a TV deal that will catapult her career, how can he compete?
This is the first book I’ve read by Lisa Renee. But it won’t be the last! I liked how this author wrote. She has great characters and an interesting and engaging plot line. Plus, don’t you just love the enemies to lovers trope? I know I do! This is not the first book in this series. But it can be read as a stand alone.
Emily is a great character! I loved the way she was home just trying to get her life going again after leaving the demands of L.A. She’s been asked to direct a play in the local theater. Really, she’s just killing time before her acting career hopefully heats up. I liked seeing her with Ethan. The two of them just have chemistry, even if they pretend to want nothing to do with each other.
It was interesting to see things through Ethan’s eyes. He knows why Emily doesn’t like him. And he doesn’t like her much either, or does he? It was fun to see how confused these two were. Because neither of them really acted like they didn’t like the other all the time. There were so many mixed messages!
I enjoyed the plot of this one. It was fun to see all of their friends. And now I’m going to need to read the first one to find out the back story on Jake and Kaitlyn!
I was sent an e-copy of About Time You Proposed as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
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