Everything at Last
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Loved it. I received an Arc of this book for an honest review. It gets a definite 5 stars from me.
I want to leave here in Magnolia beach. Kimberly made the characters and place so real that you felt you were there and I just love small town romances. The story is about secrets, attraction. hot alpha men, friendships, jealousy, and of course love.
Molly Richards owns the Latte Dah coffee shop, she has been hurt in the past and stays clear of the men in the town and she keeps herself to herself. One day her landlady has to leave town for an emergency and asks Molly to take over the organizing of the Childrens fair. Molly is left with no option to say yes even though she knows she is in it over her head and starts to freak. Helena Mollys friend tries to calm her down and invites her over to her grandmas house for tea.
Vet Tate Harris is also one of the single men in the town but stays clear of the local ladies as he hates the feeling of awkwardness when a relationship break ups, he however can not help himself in helping a damsel in distress. So when his friend Helena asks him over to her Grans for tea,and when he gets there, he sees Mollys there too -it is only then during conversation that he realises when she tells Molly that he knows how the fair works that he has been head worked. Of course he offers his help and this is the start of a beautiful story.
You are swept away with this story and it is great to see Molly start to trust herself with the fair and her attraction to Tate. Tate is definitely a true alpha hero and I can not wait for more Magnolia Beach.