Author: Lucy Eden
Steph’s Romance Book Talk -“This story caught me completely off guard in the best way.”
The Guide to Romance Novels – “very sweet, fun and romantic STORY that will have you falling in LOVE with Cole and Lisa!”
Goodreads Review – “This is the first book by this author I have read. All I can say is WOW! This book is amazing!”
Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Lucy Eden blew me away with this book. It was so cute and sweet while simultaneously bringing some pretty hard hitting emotion and real world problems to the forefront. And those real world problems were brought to life in a manner that shows the author clearly has personal experience or truly researched these things. Lucy beautifully delivers a story that is done with respect and thoughtfulness that is overflowing with romance.
It was easy to fall in love with both Lisa and Cole. Both of them dealing with some of the hardest things in life but both being such kindhearted people i found myself cheering them on even harder to get their HEA.
“Hey neighbor,” Cole’s voice called over my shoulder as I was leaving my house. I looked at my watch. It was 10:15 in the morning.
“Why aren’t you at work?” I spun around to see CJ sitting next to him on the stoop working on a red ice pop. He grinned at me with a nearly toothless smile and the bottom half of his face is covered with red drool making him look like a freshly fed, tiny vampire. “Isn’t a little early for that?” I pointed to CJ’s ice pop.
“Well, good morning to you too.” He bent down scooping up CJ before descending the stairs to meet me at the sidewalk. “I would be at work today, but a couple days ago, Jaws here got booted from daycare for biting another kid.”
I gasped and leaned close to CJ. “You did?”
He responded by smiling and almost leaping out of Cole’s arms and into mine.
“Hey, no, buddy, don’t— Sorry, he’s covered in popsicle juice.”
I clutched CJ and waved him away. “It’s fine. I don’t mind. Do I, cutie?” I blew a raspberry into his neck and he squealed. I couldn’t believe how much I’d missed that little nugget. He smelled like soap and fresh strawberries.