Title: I’m Yours
Series: Sweetbriar Cove #4
Author: Melody Grace
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 2, 2017
The Sweetbriar Cove Series:
#1 Meant to Be – Feb 2017
#2 All for You – May 2017
#3 The Only One – August 2017
#4 I’m Yours – November 2017
#5 Holiday Kisses – Dec 2017
#6 No Ordinary Love – Feb 2018
I go on first dates… And maybe if I didn’t dress like I’m upholstery, I would go on seconds dates, too.
Dad got me one of those step-counters for Christmas a couple of years ago. He thought we could do it together, you know. Bonding… My count was so low, he called me up after the first week to check I turned the thing on.
Try googling sometime. In fact, how are you not looking up your dates? It’s literally the first thing I do. To check they don’t have a criminal record, or post on Nickelback fan sites… You know, due dating diligence.
My email is nothing but weight loss spam and takeout coupons right now. Because I’m such a loyal customer. I’ve started inventing company when the delivery guys arrive. You know, yelling ‘food’s here’ into my empty apartment so they don’t think all three boxes of pad thai are mine.
“Everyone knows he dumped me,” she said, checking around to see if the gossips were still out in force. “I may as well have ‘spinster’ written on my forehead.”
Anyone who has ever lived in a small town is painfully aware that the populous thrives on gossip and meddling, and Melody Grace has perfectly cast Sweetbriar Cove with these attributes. Although this thriving small town appears to be far more fun-loving than most. I always enjoy Ms. Grace’s clever humor, amusing banter, sweet camaraderie between friends, sexy and sweet romances, and endearingly flawed characters. Mackenzie had a decade-long secret crush on her friend Jake since first meeting him in high school. After Jake moved away she had endured hair-raising fix-ups but no one had yet made her heart soar, other than in horror. Jake had enjoyed a successful football career and the social life of a celebrity, but he was currently struggling and while suffering through a painful rehab of his knee he was also grappling with an identity crisis – if he didn’t fully recover and he wasn’t an all-star football player, who was he? His moods and rationalizations flipped like a teenaged girl and I wanted to embed my foot somewhere on or in his anatomy. Thankfully, he pulled his head from that same area of anatomy just in time to provide that all-important HEA, but he really had me worried…