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Title: Montana Blueprint for Love
Author: Debra Salonen
Series: Property Sisters of Montana, #1
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Published: March 17, 2020
This is a second chance romance and family drama that is a delightful read. Ruby McCall has been fired from her job and is returning home hoping for a change of career – she’d much rather be an apprentice working in her father’s construction business. However, when she asks him the results are dramatic and totally unexpected as he needs rushing into hospital. Her Dad had been working on a fixer-upper, but it has become a money pit. Can she work with her first love, Boone Fielding, and her two sisters to renovate it and save her father’s and Boone’s company?
There are surprises in store for them all as they work together to make the derelict property into a home again. One of those surprises is the attraction that is still there between Ruby and Boone. Will her working as his apprentice help rekindle their youthful romance or prove to be their downfall?
I requested and was gifted a copy of this book and this is my honest review after choosing to read it and finding it a highly entertaining read. It is the first in a new series and I look forward to reading more about the McCall sisters in future books in the series!
Is she restoring “this old house” or reimagining her future with the man she left behind?
When “Diamond” Jim McCall gambles on a fixer-upper for sentimental reasons, his house of cards implodes – along with his health. Ruby’s ready for a job change but agreeing to become her first crush’s apprentice might be her biggest mistake. She doesn’t doubt they can “flip” the derelict ranch house and save Summit Construction, but at what cost to her heart? After all, Boone Fielding became the son her father never had when she left for college.
Helping Ruby McCall and her sisters flip Diamond Jim’s “money pit” makes sense financially, but he can’t partner with someone he doesn’t trust – and Boone hasn’t forgotten his last close encounter with Ruby. But every day on the job reminds him of why he fell in love with her in the first place.
How is he ever going to let her go when the job is done?