- File Size: 3743 KB
- Print Length: 168 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Shine (January 30, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 30, 2018
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071L5C7CW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,638,957 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Marigold felt her biggest problem would be finding things in the warehouse. Tiggy said she gave herself a day for each job when she was staging a house. The events take longer and the bigger the event the tricker. They often needed to hire chairs but most things could be found in the warehouse. Tiggy told marigold if she hadn’t agreed to take the job she probably couldn’t have left. Marigold was an experienced stager and knew Tiggy’s style. Marigold couldn’t remember the last date hse had. Then Hagen showed up and anyone could see he hadn’t dealt with his grief. Marigold hadn’t realized she would be working with Hagen daily. Hagen and Marigold start to get close and he even reveals the truth of his marriage. Hagen decides he wants Marigold as part of his life.
I enjoyed reading this book. It was a fun, easy, read. I enjoyed how Hagan and marigold interacted with each other. I advise you to read the previous books in this series in order so all flows smoothly. I liked the pace and plot of this book. I did find this predictable but that was okay with me. I liked Hagen and Marigold together. I liked the characters and the ins and outs of this book and i recommend.
I have not read any of the previous books so I can safely say this can be read as a stand alone. The book was an interesting read and kept my attention but I kept reading and reading to find out what the secret was about Hagen's marriage and the reason behind Marigold's turning him down.
What I was annoyed with was the lack of communication between Hagen and Marigold. When she mentioned that she knew that he started sleeping with "any woman who blinked at him" after she left, he doesn't even comment on that, which is kind of disappointing to me. I did like that he later thought about what Marigold was going through at the time and wondered if he would have been able to handle it. Lastly, why was Hagen not able to tell that he was with a virgin?? There was only one small comment coming from Marigold's point of view and that was it.
Hagen was not easy to like as you could see what Marigold saw - a young guy who thought he was pretty hot stuff and dating big, busty girls, and acting pretty entitled. It kind of makes you wonder what she really saw in him to love when he was younger, but he seems to matured now.
Marigold tended to shut down and kind of run away instead of confronting any issues. I did like when they were able to tease each other and had fun on their dates. It was great that two women had to shake up Hagen and get him to sit down and talk to Marigold so that they actually had a chance for their HEA.
Marigold Reynolds and Hagen Allbrook barely have anything in common. For two people who grew up together, they are more opposite than anything. The only thing that was mutual was their attraction for each other. Attraction that never went anywhere…until now.
Marigold needs a job and she finds one working for Hagen. She seems to be under the impression that their attraction for each other has long past. After all, he was married and even though his wife died, their marriage came across as perfect and surely, Marigold can’t compete with that.
I enjoyed Marigold and Hagen. Being able to explore the attraction they once had for each other, now as adults, was entertaining. There are a few misunderstandings these two must get past, but nothing angsty. It’s all about timing with these two. Overall, a good read that kept me entertained.
Marigold is in need of a job, and she was offered one working with Hagen. She believes she will handle the work on her own, but of course the two start working closely together.
This was a fun, easy read.
Thank you to Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review an ARC of this book and I am providing my honest review.
What I liked:
The writing style
Part of a series: Romance by Design
I look forward to reading more from this author.
I voluntarily received an ARC from NetGalley.