Leah Emerson isn’t looking for a man—she’s looking for the right man. But her mother’s idea of a great catch leaves her cold, and she’s pretty sure her cocky, arrogant, and way too good-looking new neighbor isn’t the one either. If only her wayward cat would stop jumping through his window, she could get on with her life.
Tyler Duncan moved into town for a new job, not to fall in love. But he always goes after the things he wants in life with steadfast determination…and he wants Leah Emerson. He wants her smiles, he wants her touch, and he definitely wants her in bed.
Unfortunately, someone else wants Leah—in the worst way. Now Tyler’s on a mission to protect the woman he’s falling in love with while proving he’s worth falling for, and Leah must decide whether Tyler is a catch worth catching…
It’s not often I sit down to a write a review and think to myself…wow nothing happened in this book. It wasn’t a bad book I just found there was not pivotal scene, no moment where I was wondering why the character made any choices. It just … exists?
I wish I could tell you anything about the characters but they seemed to have no personalities. It felt like I was reading a day to day diary of just a regular Joe’s life. She works. He works. They live next door to each other. They eat food. A family dinner happens where ….nothing happens. Girl meets guys mom who is a bit rude. There’s some weird dating scenes. A cat keeps escaping the girls house. The dog keeps escaping the guys house.
That’s it really. I can’t give it more than 2 stars but I also can’t give it 1 star because I didn’t not like it. I feel very apathetic towards this title.
Thank you Thomas Allen & Son Ltd for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review.