- File Size: 720 KB
- Print Length: 283 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0998625310
- Publication Date: February 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06VVB5W28
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #253,288 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It seemed like a good plan, right up to the point where, before even making it to the town limits, so startled by the scenery she inadvertently runs a motorcyclist off the road. Not the most subtle of ways to meet a guy, but it does have the advantage of him not being able to run away.
Caught up in the novelty of not being recognized for her relationship with her politician father and actress/socialite mother, Lennon falls into the trap of keeping her identity, and her shame a secret, relishing in being appreciated for who and what she chooses to present, and not what's been said about her in the media.
Of course it's a recipe for disaster at some point, but what a sweet recipe it is. Lennon is the perfect combination of naivete and worldliness, experienced in the world of high society and gala fundraisers, but held spellbound by the captivating grace of one little girl.
Contrasted with her we have Noah, the tatted up biker type who confounds stereotyping by being the poster child for single father of the year. Doting upon five year old Nova, Noah is fiercely protective, even if it means keeping the only woman who's captured his attention in all that time from her.
Sweet and charming, this tender romance is filled with precious moments reflecting the established relationship Nova has with her father and the emerging one she builds with Lennon. Clever repartee, and great friends juxtaposed with those who don't even deserve the title, and family ranging from perfectly loving if a litle awkward to utterly dysfunctional round out the setting.
K.L. Grayson doesn't skimp on the emotion, both as things are coming together, but even more so when things inevitably fall apart, and I for one couldn't put it down. This standalone told from dual points of view hits all the high notes for my money and I'm just left wishing it were longer ... much longer.
Lennon's life is a circus. Her mother is a semi-retired A-list celebrity and her father is running for vice-president. Her ex-fiance was caught in bed with her best friend, and a year later he is still trying to smooth things over. In trying to get her back, he lands her in the middle of a very publicized scandal. Thanks a lot! So, Lennon heads to Heaven, Texas to escape the scrutiny and try to find a life of her own. Except just before she hits town, she literally runs into Noah Cunningham. And in trying to find information at the hospital, she claims to be Noah's fiancee. Oh boy. Noah is a single dad and really isn't crazy about some woman crashing into his life. After all, his daughter is priority number one. But sometimes, hearts don't listen to logic. They just take a leap and fall into the deep end of love. Will Noah be willing to acknowledge the leap his heart took? Lennon is so happy to finally have someone like her for her, will she ever tell Noah the truth? And when the truth comes crashing into their lives, will Noah ever forgive her for holding back?
Both these characters are so very likable. Noah is a great single dad, a good son, and a caring friend. Lennon has had her entire life controlled, never being allowed to pursue her own dreams, and never knowing if people genuinely wanted to know her or just her connections and money. Both are wary of having their hearts broken. I have enjoyed reading so many of Ms. Grayson's books, and this is no exception. Enjoy!
This book was fun, light, easy to read, easy to fall into, easy to get carried away in.
Lennon - love the name. Loved her character. She has to escape NY and finds herself in Heaven, TX. She is expecting to hide out for a bit but doesn't expect to stumble into Noah Cunningham. I liked seeing Lennon's character grow while she was in Heaven. She really became the person she wanted to be.
Noah - sigh. He's everything you want in a male/alpha lead. Rides a motorcycle - check. Good with his hands - check, he owns an auto shop!
The story has it all. Fun and funny parts. Lennon and Noah are too cute together. The side characters are perfect. Loved Charlotte, Mikey, and Nova.
Looking forward to more from KL Grayson!!
Noah is one of those book boyfriends that you can’t help but fall in love with, even when he’s gruff and cranky and pushing Lennon away. He is the perfect match for Lennon, he’s down to earth and doesn’t know who she is. Lennon’s perfect for Noah too. She’s fun, speaks her mind and exactly what he needed to brighten up his life a bit.
This book is so full of feels. It’s pretty obvious where the drama is going to come from, but that didn’t bother me at all. I loved the journey these characters went through together and separately. The both needed to learn something about themselves before they could get their happily ever after. My heart was up and down and so freaking happy by the end of this book. I absolutely loved it. I can’t wait to read what K.L. puts out next. I’m kind of hoping maybe there will be a Charlotte and Mikey book. I loved them and what great friends they were. I highly recommend this book to everyone!
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