Just Add Romance

No commitment? He can do that. A fling? She can do that.

There’s no harm in adding a little romance.

(Author interrupting here: Hi friends, this book used be titled Loving Her Fling from the Hidden Hollows series. I received the publishing rights back, so Just Add Romance is the same book with a new title, new cover, and new series name. Hope you enjoy! xoxo –Heather)

Everly Kane’s life might be on a Plan B track, but she’s perfectly content with her job, her nights out at the movies, and putting her past behind her. She certainly doesn’t need to be reminded over and over that her sister is, well, engaged to Everly’s ex. Spending time with the visiting architect in town is the distraction that she needs.

Austin Hayes is the architect hired to redesign Everly’s beloved theater. As a widower with a young daughter, the last thing he wants is to juggle another relationship. Thankfully, Austin is only in Everly Falls for a few weeks. What could be better than having a fling with a guy who has no power to break her heart?

My review

I really enjoyed this book. It’s a quick, easy read. And I loved the small town feel.

Everly is such a great character. I loved the way she was a rock of normalcy in the waves of crazy her mom and sister kept putting off. She’s the kind of girl who wants to have her own space, takes in a stray cat. And goes to the movie by herself and sits in the very center of the theater.

That’s where she meets Austin. Austin has had a rough go. He’s a widowed single dad. Just trying to be the best dad he can be. I really liked that about Austin. His daughter was his whole world. And everything he did, he did for her.

When these two come together…I want to say it was magic. But they had a lot of things to go through first. And things to learn as well. But I loved watching their journey. This is such a cute story!

I was sent a copy of Just Add Romance as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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