One step forward...
In Berry Ridge, Vermont, Beth Callahan had found a place to start over. She'd started a successful real estate and design business in the quaint, picturesque town, and she'd even found her perfect house...where she dreamed of someday living and raising a family. Until a reckless bachelor bought it out from under her.
Two steps back
Ken Hutchinson loved the charming Victorian on sight, and once he got the town's best designer to make it his, it would be perfect. But Beth Callahan seemed to disapprove of everything he wanted to do with the house - and of him. Ken wasn't sure why Beth's opinion was suddenly the only thing that mattered, but one thing he was sure of was that only Beth could make the house a home...for both of them.
I really enjoyed this book, and listening to it while driving to and from work. You always wanted to know how the characters work things out.
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just shows you not to give up on love, no matter your age. thanks again
I loved this story. Believable, clean & pleasing. Filthy rich only gripe, but personal taste.
The reader was really terrible but sweet story. As a stepmother, short time to acceptance was unrealistic.
Dreadful. Totally out of the realm of reality. Motivations are ridiculous. I want my money back.
nice little story that was tastefully told. R he narrator was good with the female voices but the leading character male voice was very monotone and not well done.
Would you ever listen to anything by Sherryl Woods again?
Based on this book? No. This book just left me bored. There was no real story line - the little bit they had was so predictable. There was not one surprise or twist in the book at all. It seemed to follow a very amateurish formula.
What three words best describe Christina Traister’s performance?
Boring. Boring. Boring.