Series: O'Connor Family #2
Published by KR Press on March 14, 2017
Genres: Contemp Romance
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She never wanted perfection, but that’s what she finds.
Pastry chef, Fallon O’Connor is torn between her dreams and her obligations. Right before she reluctantly sets off for a degree she doesn’t want, she’s reeling from a mind-blowing encounter with Mr. Perfect. But one sexy, toe-curling kiss isn’t nearly enough when a Boy Scout like Sheriff Fulton lights her fire.
After one delectable taste, he’s never letting her go.
Brad Fulton would do anything for more time with Fallon. After all, he’s wanted a chance with her ever since she moved back to town. And just when things start to heat up, Fallon starts packing her bags—for a future without him. Now, it’s up to Brad to show Fallon that everything she’s ever wanted is right in Holly, North Carolina. But can Fallon trust her heart enough to stay?
This book follows Katie Reus’ story Merry Christmas, Baby in the All He Wants For Christmas anthology. I mention that because every story was set in the same town, and the sheriff of the town never got his story! Until now.
Fallon is back home in Holly, North Carolina and feeling like she *should* be using her business degree, but has instead been freelancing her catering skills. She’s supposed to be leaving for California because she’s been accepted into a prestigious culinary school. But, she doesn’t really want to go. And seeing Brad every day is both awesome and hard, since she doesn’t feel like he’s into her. It doesn’t help that at a Christmas party she jumped him and kissed him in the pantry. So of course she avoids him as much as she can in a small town.
Brad is a good guy, and he’s had a thing for Fallon for a while, but he didn’t know she liked him at all until she grabbed him and laid one on him. But he’s been waiting, wanting her, but unsure where they stand. As Valentine’s Day comes closer, he knows it’s time to make his move, before she decides to move to California.
Short, sweet, and sexy, this novella was an enjoyable read. I absolutely recommend this series.