There’s a new local in town when Beth arrives, and suddenly, it ain’t all that easy for her to remember her rules for dating.
#1. Cookie-cutter-perfect guys ain’t her type.
#2. Tie wearin’ and church frequentin’ is an automatic dismissal.
#3. Most importantly, never date anyone from small minded, conservative, Bible-thumping towns like Salem.
Unfortunately, Matthew Wright breaks all her rules and then some.
Matt might be from a small town and have small town values, but that doesn’t mean he fits into a littleslot of Beth’s preconceived notions. After all, ever so often good guys are good. Now if he could just convince Beth to let go of her past and give him a chance, he’s pretty sure there’s a whole lotta sweet under that prickly exterior.
His own … Sweet Contradiction.
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This book deals with abuse, mostly verbally. So there are parts that are a little rough if you're just looking for a quick read.
The characters were awesome. I really enjoyed the story as well. It had a good deal of romance and drama, and I definitely laughed out loud a few times.
I liked it a lot, but I felt it was too rushed. There were a lot issues that aren't dealt with, so it ended with me still having a lot of unanswered questions.
I hope there's going to be a sequel. Or at least a spin off about Jen and Hunter. There's too much missing and I really need to read it!
I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
Having read this book before, and enjoying it, I was interested in listening to the audiobook. It was different listening to a book I'd already ready. It was worth listening to again.
When it started, I was actually quite pleased to hear the story told using a southern accent. Although the dialogue lacked emotion. There are lots of parts that felt like a kid was standing in front of a class reading a paper they wrote, awkwardly.
I still think a follow-up story would be great, especially if told from Jen's point of view.