Mitch Bowmen didn’t have plans to be an instant father. But fate decided for him. Hiring Sunshine to help him navigate his new family situation was the right move. Acting on his deep attraction for Sunshine isn’t. Especially since her life is more complicated than his.
I was given this book by the author for an honest review
Ok so we are back in the Bowmen house and Sunshine is helping with James and Zoe the newest family members that no one really knew about and shes 5. Well now shes here and her mom is missing so Nate called his brother Mitchell to tell him he has a daughter and he needs to get back to Mason Creek immediately. Mitchell obviously had no idea he had a daughter he was always so careful so he thought, well once he gets home, and meets his daughter for the first time, he gets to see how much his childhood home has changed since he was last there when his mother was alive. Then he sees Sunshine for the first time and he has no idea what he has gotten into, and Sunshine has butterflies in her stomach and feels her face getting warmer when she see him.Will these two keep it professional and be just boss and employee or will they give into their attraction for each other becoming a little family. Also will Mitchell keep his promise to his daughter and bring her mom home. This was such a cute story and i loved getting more of Sunshine and being back in the Bowmen’s house.
Terri E. Laine, USA Today bestselling author, left a lucrative career as a CPA to pursue her love for writing. Outside of her roles as a wife and mother of three, she’s always been a dreamer and as such became an avid reader at a young age.
Many years later, she got a crazy idea to write a novel and set out to try to publish it. With over a dozen titles published under various pen names, the rest is history. Her journey has been a blessing, and a dream realized. She looks forward to many more memories to come.
Madison Torres is only in Blossom Row to watch her niece for a few days. And to clear her head. A little lonely and a bit confused, she’s outgrown her job and wants to focus on her art in a more fulfilling way. She’s single but waiting until she’s settled to look for the perfect guy. Too bad she keeps running into the same too good-looking grumpy guy around town.
She should fight the attraction because she’s only in town for a little while.
Dane Reed is a single dad to an awesome little boy. He’s got a routine and sticking to it is the only way he makes it through some days. The last thing he’s expecting is a black-haired beauty that’s way too young for him. Too bad she seems to be everywhere he goes.
There’s no reason to fight it.
After all, everyone is looking for Somebunny to Love.
I am a huge fan of holiday, syrupy novellas with inst-love. When Britni publishes one, I grab it. This book was the perfect little Easter Egg for me to read while sitting around on a Friday night.
This is a sweet story about Madison or Aunt Grace (though we don’t know why she is called that but I guess we all can figure it out) who is helping her sister out for a few days. Family is family and Madison runs to hang with Sophie for a few days.
During one of the outings Madison meets up with a grump dad and his adorable son. They two chat and run into each other the next day. When Grumpy Dad finally starts to talk, the two start to feel some tension. Slowly the kids are making plans and the adults are not really sad to be spending time together.
The story is sweet, sexy, and full of fun. I absolutely love the story of Dane and Madison. The epilogue made my heart so happy seeing them 1 year later. I would love a story about his buddies at the bar!!!
Britni Hill is an author with books ranging from new adult to contemporary romance. She spends her days as a hair stylist, and her nights with the characters in her head striving to write real, page turning romance.
Britni lives in Indiana where she was born and raised. She has a rescue pup she adores and an unhealthy love of binge-watching cheesy, teenage dramas. If she isn’t writing, she’s reading or watching horror flicks.