When a stalker decides to make Julie their target, she flees the city she lives in, driving aimlessly until she reaches Vermont. Unfortunately, despite her attempt to shake off her stalker, they find out where she has gone anyway.
Talk about a suspenseful book! I couldn’t stop reading and I really wanted to know what happened next. Oh my. Joe is adorable. There are no words to describe how much I love him! I seriously love a good gentleman sweetheart, and Joe fits the bill perfectly. And his German shepherd companion! Honestly, this book was great, and even made me squeal at the end. A perfect blend of suspense and romance, all wrapped up in a short novella.
My rating: 5 stars
“Brady’s Food and Pharmacy is across the street. If you’re in mind for snacks or in need of any toiletries , that’s the place to go. The credit union here on our left is convenient if you need an ATM. Not sure if you’ll get charged fees or not though if you’re not a member. Barnett’s Books & Antiques and Trinkets & Souvenirs are across the way if you’re looking for anything along those lines. You have anyone at home you want to buy a souvenir for? Family? Boyfriend?”
Julie glanced up to see him smiling at her. “That’s not terribly subtle.”
Joe chuckled. “Can’t blame a guy for trying, can you?”
Stalked and on the run, Julie Roy’s life is in shambles. An unexpected detour in a quiet Vermont town ignites a surprising and romantic spark with the local furniture maker.
Joe Bascomb’s skill of knowing when to be patient is put to the test when he meets Julie. Her kindness is a gift, yet he senses she is hiding from something or someone.
When Julie’s determined stalker comes to town, she is ready to pull up stakes—despite her desire to stay. Joe realizes he will have to break down her fear as well as the walls around her tender heart. Can he keep her from running again in order to give their love a chance?
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