Published: November 25th, 2014
Secluded and quiet is exactly what Laney Walker is looking for when she decides to pack up and move across the country. It's what she wants, what she thinks she needs—until she meets Joe Boone.
Contracted to replace the plumbing along the property, Joe is first to arrive and last to leave. And to Laney's surprising disappointment, he never has much to say.
But the more Joe comes around, the more she learns about him and soon finds the man is as flawed as the house he's fixing.
A fact that only seems to draw her closer to him.
I think it would be difficult for anybody not to fall in love with this couple. There were a few times that I struggled with Laney just letting Joe’s unclear comments slide, but I could understand where she was coming from. There were also a few pretty funny parts too. When she showed up at his house and ended up turning the tv on, but I loved the way things flowed so honestly between them. I could see this being a true story, which is pretty rare with a lot of romance nowadays. - Goodreads
About the author:
L. C. Morgan resides with her husband on the outskirts of a small town in the heart of it all. A lover of many things, she puts family first and diet Coke second. When not working she can be found spoiling her new nephew with lots of love and kisses while awaiting her own little bundle of joy or at home, face shoved in her Kindle, fingers typing away to free the words from her head. She writes them for you and hopes you enjoy them as much as she enjoys yours.
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