Reviewer: Serena Soape
Date of Release: February 28, 2020
Hannah Michaelson wants nothing more than a fresh start and a safe place to stay. The only problem? She’s stranded roadside in a small town in the middle of winter. Even worse? Her sister’s baby is asleep in the back seat.
Carter Mitchell has one goal in life—to be the best mechanic he can be while running a successful shop. That, and to avoid love at all costs. But when his family calls on him to help a distressed woman on the side of the road, he doesn’t hesitate. Certain that he can stay strong in the face of the stranger’s beauty, he agrees to help.
Soon enough, the rugged mechanic realizes there’s more to Hannah’s extended stay in Maple Glen than he realized. His aunt is playing matchmaker again, but there’s something Hannah isn’t telling him.
It was so nice to be taken back to the romantic whimsical town of Maple Glen with “One Plus Two”.
Christina Butrum has a way of drawing you in with a touching, heartfelt story that keeps you reading until you see how it ends.
The characters in this book do not disappoint and you will especially fall in love with Hannah and Grace right from the beginning. Oh yes! You cannot forget about Carter! He was one of my favorites. And who doesn’t love Fran, the town matchmaker?!
This can be read as stand alone, however the characters from the previous books are definitely part of the backstory.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for fair and honest review.