Reviewer: Serena Soape
Catie Mitchell has always dreamed of one day owning a successful Bed and Breakfast.
When an opportunity to purchase a house with plenty of flaws and plenty of potential presents itself, she knows the project is meant for her.
What should’ve been a simple project soon proves to be much more of a challenge than she’d bargained for.
Ethan Davis isn’t a fan of small towns. He loves his life in the city.
When his grandfather asks him to visit Maple Glen to help with a project, he’s determined to get it over with and return to his home in the city.
What should’ve been a simple project gets more complicated when he meets who he’ll be working with—a feisty blonde trying to make something out of nothing.
When two complete opposites are forced to see eye to eye in this sweet, enemies to lovers romance, will Catie’s dream of owning a Bed and Breakfast become a reality? Or will two clashing personalities cause the project to collapse altogether?
I was excited to be back in Maple Glen with Fran and the rest of the small town folks. This town is known for romance with matchmaking Fran and her coffee shop. This fits the bill perfectly.
Catie and Ethan’s story is an unlikely match and I must admit that I was not sure how this would end. Catie is such a fun and likeable character. I wanted to tell Ethan to straighten up a few times and do the right thing.
Christina Butrum is a great author that continues to entertain me with her books.
This is a part of the Maple Glen Series and I would recommend that you read the other books, if possible; so that you get the backstory on the characters.
I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.