Review – A Valentine Proposal

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY TO EVERYONE! Or happy Galentines, Singles awareness, FRIDAY, or whatever you are celebrating. For me its a Friday, Valentines, and a long weekend. Thank goodness. I really need a nap. Today I am presenting a cute Valentines Day book.
This is already out so if you are looking for an Adult romance that has a HEA and is sweet check it out.


About the Book

Just as free-spirited bookstore employee Cleo Davis faces closure of her beloved shop, the owner informs her it will continue as part of the successful Stephens chain. When the chain’s risk assessor, the very reserved, very attractive Mark Stephens, enters the store to look over her business plan, Cleo clashes with him right away. Oil and water have nothing on them.

Mark has always followed the rules. But the minute he steps into vibrant and spunky Cleo’s store, he knows he’s in trouble. One moment he’s in her “craft corner” painting bookends with kids, the next in a bidding war with Cleo at a charity auction. He can’t deny that opposites attract, and Cleo’s vivacious personality has him rethinking his life in more ways than one.

But when Cleo’s store officially becomes part of the bookstore chain, Mark will become her boss…and completely off limits.


Thoughts

A cute read just in time for Valentine’s Day. Think small town strong heroine meets equally strong male. Both kind of have the same want but since his company is taking over the small town bookstore he feels like he needs to push back on her quaint store.
I really enjoyed the meeting between these two and how the story progresses. It was told from both POV so you got that over arcing thought process.
The only part I didn’t like was how it sometimes changed who was speaking right in the middle of a chapter and it took a minute to figure out where in time and who was talking.


Buy Links

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