Kady never thought that she and her son, Noah, would have to come back to Vine Grove. But after nearly losing everything in a fire, moving in with Mom and Dad was her only choice.
Kady finds a job in town at the Que Syrah Syrah wine shop. The ladies who meet at the shop create a group called The Love List. They draw names of single guys in town to possibly become someone special. No way is Kady drawing a name. The last thing Kady needs is a man, she needs to concentrate on getting her life back and finding a new home.
Local entrepreneur, Editon, has always had a crush on Kady, but she never knew. When he sees her again, all of his old feelings flood back. He’s trying to make a difference and build a community center in their small town. Will he have time to peruse Kady if she’ll take a chance on him?
Sometimes when all you have to do is come home to find one.
Let's get the bad stuff out of the way first. I really don't care for the main character, Kady. The entire time that we know her, she's selfish and self-absorbed. She's a horrible mother. I don't like her as a person. When she's telling her back story, I want to climb in to the story and smack her.
The story itself was actually pretty sweet. Editon, while having a silly name, is really a gem. He's financially stable, knows a little bit of everything, and is the ultimate do-gooder and family man. Not to mention the fact that he's sexy, honest, genuine and funny. You can't get a better package! The romance portion of the story is pretty fast-paced because Editon keeps it interesting. The entire story lasts about a month.
This is a quick, sweet read. I would have enjoyed having a little more information about Noah, and possibly seeing a good side to Kady, but I still enjoyed the story.
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Shawn