They first meet when he tackles her to the ground. All Persephone Jones was doing was trying to stop the bulldozer from destroying the herb garden she planted on property adjoining hers. But her new neighbor, Jason Brooks, was not only building a beautiful new house, but also a landing strip over her garden. Persephone and Jason couldn't be more different. He is a well-known, high-powered defense attorney with money to burn. She's the illegitimate daughter of a flower child, and dispenses wheat-grass smoothies as well as herbal remedies from her modest shop. And neither of them can understand their mutual attraction. In spite of appearances, Persephone doesn't abide by all hippie principles. For instance, when Jason suggests that they make their relationship more intimate, she demurs. For her sex is an important step, indicating that marriage is on the horizon. He feels differently, but love will have its way in this charming tale of opposites attracting. Maria HattonCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
Dana Taylor is a fabulous new author who has written a laugh-out-loud romance between a hero and heroine who are so different from each other, yet still manage to fall in love.
This is comedy at its best.
The plot is strong, and you can't help but become engrossed in the daily lives of Persephone and Jason.
You just know they are meant to be together. AIN'T LOVE GRAND? is a wonderful story that you surely will not want to miss. ---Robyn Reo Romance Reviews Today