Author: Liz Isaacson
Series: Brush Creek Brides #7
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Date: June 12, 2018
Publisher: AEJ Creative Works
A Marine, a maid, and a match made in heaven.
Tate Benson can’t believe he’s come to Nowhere, Utah, to fix up a house that hasn’t been inhabited in years. But he has. Because he’s retired from the Marines and looking to start a life as a police officer in small-town Brush Creek.
Wren Fuller has her hands full most days running her family’s company. When Tate calls and demands a maid for that morning, she decides to have the calls forwarded to her cell and go help him out. She didn’t know he was moving in next door, and she’s completely unprepared for his handsomeness, his kind heart, and his wounded soul.
Can Tate and Wren weather a relationship when they’re also next-door neighbors?
** spoiler alert ** Rounding up on this one. It wasn’t a favorite for me. I’ve enjoyed other books by this author but failed to feel the chemistry between the love interests in this story. Two near strangers are suddenly boyfriend and girlfriend, proceed to spend time together where he is either napping or working while she watches him and their connection is strained. He brings her dinner and breaks up. No warning. Then they are both broken hearted. I just hadn’t seen any real romance between them to leave them feeling so bereft.
No sex, language or violence