This falls into the genre of clean romance with characters that are slightly older (in their mid to late 30’s). This is a genre space that is missing good stories. Mary Ann and Connor had a solid base plot, with Mary Ann having recently bought a small business in a smaller community and Connor returning to his hometown after a life event left him re-evaluating what was important to him. Connor’s life event thrust him into Mary Ann’s life path. With all of that in mind, this book should have been something I enjoyed, unfortunately, it just fell flat. The book never developed into something where I was able to become emotionally attached to the characters. It had a lot great pieces that I wish would have been developed into a much deeper story. On the plus side this was a fairly short book that had an inspirational feel to it: staying true to yourself, listening to your inner self, appreciate those in your life and be sure to tell them. Those are things that we all should do every day.
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