Only this Tuesday was a great 5 star read.
I was pulled right in from the beginning with the kindness that Tuesday was showing towards Gil, a young man that would visit her food truck daily. I knew I was going to love the rest of the story as well.
Blake is the Mayor of Copper Mills and loves the small town feel and spending time around town. When Blake and Tuesday literally run into each other at the grocery store, she is pulled in by his blue eyes and white teeth. I had a LOL moment during this scene.
I wonder if fate had her crashing into me for my own good. Maybe to tell me I’d been fishing in the wrong lake. – Blake
While out for a walk and some lunch, Blake finds himself at Tuesday’s food truck. He was pleasantly surprised to see her. They start dating and learning more about each other.
When Blake’s ex tries to cause some issues for Tuesday, things start to get very interesting.
Can Blake and Tuesday make things work and have a HEA? Will Blake’s ex get what’s coming to her?
Overall I really enjoyed this read, there are some sad teary eyed moments as you learn more about Tuesday and her family. And the more I learned about Gil’s history the more it tugged at my heart. What this poor boy went through after he was born just broke me, sadly this is a very real problem. Having someone like Tuesday in his life was a blessing, she was so good with him. The secondary characters added a great element to the story, I have to say I very much disliked Blake’s ex fiance Judith. This is my first read from Melissa Keir and I loved it, I look forward to reading more from her.