Reviewed by Monique Cashmere
Home for her Grandmothers funeral, Lani has to deal with other matters too…. that being the reason she left in the first place…… Brett.
Yeah, Brett has played the field, and not only the football kind, and some would and have called him a Casanova, but deep down he is a softie you’re going to love. He has some of his own secrets that quite frankly didn’t shock me or made me love him any less. And the way he is with Lani will make you laugh and swoon. He was cocky but definitely adorable.
Lani is not easily won over, she is no kitten. Realising her teenage self could have done things differently, she still wants to be romanced. Plus, who doesn’t love white roses! She is also a gifted journalist who writes a couple of articles that shows their town of Whiskey Key that we all can make mistakes. Some simple minded people may judge us for it, but it doesn’t define us. Just admit it, take responsibility for it, own it and live with it. Wise Wise Words.
This is a fun second chance rom-com told in dual POV’s with heartfelt characters who can see that their younger selves had flaws and mature enough to forgive and forget. I am so looking forward to Raven’s book, I bet she has many stories to tell being a bar tender.
*I received a copy for an honest review.
**Reviewed for JoandIsaLoveBooksBlog.