Everly King’s life might be on a Plan B track, but she’s perfectly content with her job, her nights out at the movies, and putting her past behind her. She certainly doesn’t need to be reminded over and over that her sister is, well, engaged to Everly’s ex.
Austin Hayes is the architect hired to redesign Everly's beloved theater. As a widower with a young daughter, the last thing he wants is to juggle another relationship.
Thankfully, Austin is only in Hidden Hollows for a few weeks. A fake relationship seems exactly what both need. After all, when it’s just a fling, no one gets hurt. Right?
I love Heather B. Moore and I loved this book! I am always drawn to fake to real scenarios. I really loved the overall feel to this book. It wasn't over the top or extreme but had a real, down to earth vibe that made me comfortable and happy. The first meet in the movie theater was cute and really set the stage for the rest of the book. It was great.
Everly is a fun character, a little quirky, and very sweet. She seemed to know how to soothe people and help them feel better. Everly tends to put other people before herself which is a great quality but I also loved when she took a stand and let her voice be heard. Austin is patient with Everly, especially in the beginning when her emotions come to the front with the injustice she felt over the movie theater. I love how he listened to her and tried to please her.
This is the third book in this Hidden Hollows series and I haven't read the others. Each book in this series is written by a different author and each book can stand alone. This book is on KU if you have that.
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.