Following a bitter divorce, Brooke Ellis relocated to Ribbon Ridge to rebuild her life. Things will never be the same for her, and she’s coming to terms with that reality when she meets charming, persistent Cam. She can’t imagine a happy ever after given his reputation, but he makes her feel so good.
As the sparks between them intensify, they’re both hesitant to commit for very different reasons. Or are they really just sabotaging their own futures? If they can trust each other—and themselves—they may realize that what they share is too good to let slip away.I enjoyed the Ribbon Ridge series, so when I saw there were more books set in the same town, I was definitely interested. In a lot of ways, with the characters you encounter, it was like coming home. But with new characters, and a new story. The Ribbon Ridge books have a central theme that is a little heavy, not in a bad way, but this book has a lighter feel, which I enjoyed.
This book, quite honestly, was a pleasure to read. It was lighter, but it had depth. Cameron and Brooke are both appealing and like-able, and their path to romance is fun to watch and be a part of.
Darcy Burke is a favorite, go to author for me because she tells stories with characters who fell real. You could walk up to them on the street and talk to them, ask them about their family, work, their lives...because you feel like you know them at the end of the book.
The pacing is strong, the characters are compelling and the plot is believable. What you get when you read this book is a good book that is well put together and a pleasure to read. I recommend this book.