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  • Loved it

    The second book in the series and just as enjoyable as the first book n the series. After her divorce Nora moves to Shadow Creek hoping to make a fresh start and take back her life. Moving in next door to Eli, one of the owners of the Holy Grale Brew Pub she finds it hard to fit in and is frustrated by all the noise Eli makes whilst renovating . I liked both Eli and Nora easy to relate to and the characters were strong and engaging. I found myself smiling throughout the story even though Nora and Eli started off as enemies and soon morphed into so much more. Eli and Nora are totally opposites but as they say opposites do attract and these two certainly prove that as you read the book. When Eli introduces Nora to the Books & Brews Book Club he hopes that she will make some friends and feel more welcome. This is most certainly a stand alone but as it is only book two I would recommend you also purchase book one as the quirkiness of Shadow Creek and it’s inhabitants will draw you in. This book was so good that I really didn’t want to put it down. I loved this book from start to finish; it was a fabulous read, full of great moments that really brought a smile to my face. I cannot wait for the next release in this series.

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  • A sassy presentation of a sweet romance.

    Nora Pitts may be dreaming with a broken heart, but when this beauty allows herself to let go of the heartbreak is when the sparks start to fly. Rider takes an empathetic look at love with a comedian's eye and a human touch. Make Me Fall speaks to that insecurity we all know is there, but try our best to ignore. Starting over is never an easy thing to do, but there at times when it's for the best. After a broken heart, Nora is learning how to be the best person she can be. A new town spells an awkward start that could be a perfect fit for her heart. A sassy presentation of a sweet romance that proves to be an irresistible find.

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  • Enemy's to lovers STEM romance

    If you're looking for an enemy's to lovers, grump-sunshine, guy/girl next door, romantic comedy, and with both main characters in STEM fields and in their thirties, give this one a try. One of the main characters is even Canadian. The author's style is rather basic, but the story has some definite grounding in real life and how people behave. I would have liked it better if someone had proof read the book one last time before it was published but it was an enjoyable, solid story.

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