Book Club Thursday

Welcome back to #BookClubThursday!

Clearing Off the Book Shelves
An author whose books you are +2 behind on
Read any new to your author
Any series you are +2 behind on
Start a new series
Read a book you’ve had for six months or less
Read a book you’ve had for over a year
Read a book you’ve had for over five years
Read a book you keep meaning to read

Anything Goes
Just Because
Double Dip
Recommended by
Second Chance previous read author
Try again (a book you one gave up on)
I really tried, but…

Cover you don’t like
Mismatch (the cover doesn’t fit the book)
Trifecta (cover title & book theme =perfection)
Single Person
Body Parts (head only, torso only, etc )

Today's challenge is:
Anything goes from Readers Choice
Having left his hometown of Hope years ago, only one thing could persuade architect Reid McCormack to come home for a lengthy stay—the challenge of renovating a historic building. But once the job is finished, he’ll be headed back to Boston, no matter how much he’s drawn to beautiful florist Samantha Reasor.

Samantha watches over her elderly grandmother and pours a piece of herself into every floral creation she designs. Her crush on Reid has been blooming for a while now, but she’s reluctant to act on it. A temporary fling isn’t what she’s looking for, even if Reid is smoking hot and super sexy. She wants a real, permanent, forever kind of love.

Two people with different goals couldn’t possibly work, and yet as their attraction grows into something deeper, maybe falling in love is the one thing Samantha and Reid can build a future on.
So far other than one book I've really been enjoying this series. I'm almost done with it and I'm both happy and a little sad.

I think the outstanding character in this story has to be Samantha. I just loved her. She is the sweetest person who is there for everyone. It's cute how she likes Reid but doesn't act on it because she is a little shy and has so much on her plate. You feel for her because she really can't catch a break. 

At first, I wasn't sure about Reid. Maybe it's all I have to get back to my real-life talk and thoughts from him. I sorta understood where he was coming from but didn't totally understand his need to be away from his brothers. 

I did love how their relationship built through time and how he stood by her when she needed it most. It might have taken him a bit to come around but when it did he was full in. 

This story is perfect for the series and I really enjoyed it. Can't wait to review the rest. Have you read her?

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