About Flipping for Love
A provisional project manager, a determined business owner, and a house flip that propels them together and exposes past secrets.
Lily Broadbent has always lived in her sister’s shadow. She finally has a chance to shine when her gorgeous boss, Jackson Davenport, tasks her with flipping a house. This is her opportunity to not only snag a promotion as project manager, but also to impress Jackson. Then she’ll have her dream job, her dream man, and her dream life.
Ryan Mills wants nothing more than to run his own successful home remodeling business without his father’s interference. He’s eager to prove himself when Davenport Properties hires him to flip a house—something his fledgling business needs.
When Lily meets the new contractor assigned to her house project, she’s stunned to see her old high school crush—the same guy who was the basketball star, the same guy she kissed on a dare after a game, and, worst of all, the same guy who used to date her larger-than-life sister.
Fortunately, Ryan doesn’t recognize Lily. Seeing this as a stroke of good luck, Lily’s web of deception begins, including a fake boyfriend.
Will Ryan discover who she really is before they finish the project? Will Lily win Jackson’s heart before she loses her own?
Flipping for Love is a heartwarming, second-chance romance about letting go of the past and embracing the present.
I thought this book by Rebecca Talley was a cute romance. I liked the characters, and the plot. I like that I was able to read it quickly.
Lily is the main female character. She wants to have a job as a project manager, instead of office manager that she is. And she wants to date her boss, Jackson. This was where Lily needed to grow a bit. She needed to learn what a jerk her boss was and how to move on from that crush. She did that, eventually. I liked that Lily knew what she wanted and she worked to go after it.
And then there’s Ryan. I really liked Ryan. He’s the kind of guy you can count on. It was funny that Lily had a huge crush on him in high school. And that she had a secret that he didn’t know about. I wished Lily had told him who she was, instead of keeping him in the dark. That became a problem later in the book.
If you’re looking for a cute, quick romance, this one is for you!
I borrowed a copy of Flipping for Love using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.
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