R E V I E W ➠ Perfect Love by A.M. Hargrove
Jessie Phillips loves her life in Mason Creek and wouldn’t change a thing now that she’s the proud owner of Java Jitters, the popular local coffee house.
What she doesn’t love is the brooding doctor she meets at the local pub.
His rude comments about her coffee house leave her seething. If she never sees him again, it will be too soon.
Only an accident forces her kicking and screaming, metaphorically speaking, into his office in desperate need of his services.
Miles Carlson remembers the sexy brunette who reminds him why he’s sworn off women.
He moved to this sleepy town to provide a perfect life for his wife and son.
Only said wife didn’t appreciate the blue skies and picturesque landscape, and abandoned him and their five-year-old son, leaving him to forever renounce love.
So, even though he’s forced to treat the sassy woman he’s undeniably attracted to, he has no plans on acting on it.
Except, there is one problem. The miniature version of himself has other plans. His playful interference melts Jessie’s outrage and Miles’s misery.
They say home is where the heart is …
These two clashing hearts may end up forging a perfect love.
RELEASE DATE: May 6, 2021
Not my first read by the author but they are still new-ish to me. Thank you to the author for providing me an ARC and I was so excited to read because the first two in this series/mash-up of amazing author’s were just amazing. That said I was taken back a bit by this book because around 60-ish % the story really just takes a huge 180 turn. I was shocked and kept reading but unfortunately it turned on me so much that I did not enjoy the last part of it, to me it was very different than the beginning 50%. To say I was surprised is an understatement. That is the reason for a 4 star from me.
About the book: The hero and heroine really had a strong connection and chemistry once together. Up until that part was fun to watch them get to that point. The hero is very sweet and smart while the heroine is the same yes but very proper it seems to me in a good way. There is a adorable very out-spoken 5 year old that will play a big part and it really made the story very relatable and sweet. This is on the lighter side of reads, small-town single dad romances are a favorite of mine and this one fit in well.
Standalone/Series: (Mason Creek #3)
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