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She hasn't seen him in ten years, and if he didn't have any respect for her as that awkward little girl, I can't see how his esteem for her can have grown given her behavior. There isn't a single thing more cringe-inducing than an "independent" woman (or a pure, naive, innocent maiden? an unopened flower?) making what's basically an introductory announcement that she's a 28-year-old virgin who's been saving her virtue for "the right man" and proceeding to throw herself at him. There was no character growth or illumination, simply her lifelong obsession of belonging to her dreamboat carried into adulthood. As far as every single character was concerned, they didn't appear to have lives apart from gossiping and giggling about the romantic main characters, in spite of their own more interesting histories and personal tragedies. I really did see the potential there, and I wish it had been explored and the characters' personalities and emotions more fleshed out, as opposed to being a bit of plot device.
Tanner Montgomery was running from Bethany Warner as soon as she came into town. She was the hangers-on when young, and even at 10 she was telling everyone about one day she'll marry him. Tanner was busy chasing his own dream... Be the town sheriff like his father. He can't afford to get involved with anyone... He saw first hand what his father's death did to his mother. He can't imagine putting anyone else through that. And when Bethany and her family moved away, he concentrated on achieving those goals. Over a decade later, Tanner is the sheriff, and Bethany is coming back to town, having donated heavily to the town library, and Tanner's mother saw it as the perfect time to try to matchmake them... AGAIN. But this time, Tanner is a handsome uniformed man, and the lanky awkward ugly duckling is now a successful confident and striking businesswoman, and young Bethany never stopped dreaming about Tanner... But will Tanner get the hint?
The push-pull was sweet and definitely rom-com worthy, but people who don't appreciate the humor would consider it childish. I rather enjoyed the light mood.
Tanner was only 4 years old when Bethany was born. Tanner didn't have a moment of peace, until the tall, insecure, gangly, and geeky looking Bethany turned 18 and her family moved away to Florida. Now 10 years later she's coming back to accept an award for her generosity towards the town library over the last few years. Only now she looks nothing like the young girl that left 10 years ago. Nope, not at all. In fact she has changed so much, that no one in the town even recognizes her. She's now very confident, a little bit cocky, and a total knock out. Gone now are the braces, the coke bottle glasses, and the skinny lanky look. She now has lots of curves in all the right places, and the looks that makes all men in town fall all over themselves. Let's just say, that She does her best to make Tanner loose his mind. I have never read anything by this author before, but you can bet I'll be checking out her other works in the near future.