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Author: Debra Salonen
Publisher: Montana Born Books, Tule Publishing
Release Date: October 10th, 2015
Amanda Jeannine Heller is the daughter of manipulative parents.you don’t cross them and if you do, don’t let them know about it or beware the consequences! Unfortunately Amanda has let them down by breaking her engagement to the son of her father’s best friend who is also her boss – or ex boss now she’s been fired. On top of that, her mother had been looking forward to a show wedding and had been planning just such an event. Now, having annoyed both her parents she’s been ordered to travel to Marietta to ‘sort out’ her maternal grandmother who is in hospital following an accident. By sorting out, her mother means update her home ready to be sold and get her grandmother taken into a care home whilst making her Mum legally in charge of all her financial decisions.
Amanda hadn’t met her grandmother, Molly, before – she’s a resilient feisty old lady who really just wants to get back to her own home again. As Amanda gets to know Molly she starts to find out more about her family and herself. One of the reasons she has her eyes opened is Trucker Montgomery, who is recovering from an ankle injury sustained in a pothole but is the ideal person for her to oversee the renovation of her Grandmother’s home. They make a deal to help each other – her using her promotional skills to develop his still being constructed zip line adventure experience and him helping sort out her grandmother’s home renovations. Neither planned on the attraction between them or on her parents’ reactions it is going to take some dramatic revelations and good old fashioned scheming before they’ll stand a chance of achieving their HEA together in this well written, engaging read.
A lovely romance to get lost in, recommended to anyone who enjoys these Marietta tales which just keep on transporting the reader into this becoming familiar community.
Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.
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