Aurora De La Torre knows moving back to a place that was once home isn’t going to be easy.
Starting your whole life over probably isn’t supposed to be.
But a small town in the mountains might be the perfect remedy for a broken heart.
Checking out her landlord across the driveway just might cure it too.
...Mr Rhodes asking, "Do you always talk this much?"Rude. But I didn't care. So I told him the truth. "Yeah." Sorry, not sorry.
The slow progression of their relationship was nice. This author is the Queen (in my opinion) of show-don't-tell in regards to her characters feelings. There's always a good deed done, a nice word said that makes you see that (generally, the big strong silent) male character cares.
I loved these two characters and I really liked that we didn't have to wait until the 98% mark for the characters to get together as has happened in several of this authors books. Don't get me wrong, I generally love her characters and am willing them together and celebrate when they do with a little fist pump or happy dance but it's nice to see them interact as an actual couple for for several chapters, instead of wondering.
I really enjoy this authors work and I will be reading everything she ever writes.