Sunday, November 29, 2015

Review : Should've Said No

Should've Said No by Tracy March

Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Adult, New Adult
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Purchase Link : Amazon
Pages: 226
Expected publication: November 24th 2015 by Loveswept


Welcome to Thistle Bend! Perfect for fans of Susan Mallery, this charming series debut introduces a small town where old secrets are revealed—and wounded hearts are opened to new love.

A year after being laid off from the Smithsonian, Lindsey Simms says yes to a job offer as curator of a heritage museum in Thistle Bend, Colorado (population 1,519). It could be worse—and it is. Because the new museum has escalated a dispute between the Karlssons, Lindsey’s relatives, and the Crenshaws, a blood feud which goes way back to a land deal that changed the fortunes of both families. Trying to stay objective, Lindsey can’t tell anyone about her conflict of interest—especially not the ruggedly handsome handyman fixing up her cabin, who seems to be keeping secrets of his own.

Although he’s the executive director of the family trust and one of Colorado’s most eligible bachelors, Carden Crenshaw prefers getting his hands dirty in town and on his sprawling ranch. Staying busy has given him an excuse not to risk heartbreak, but getting to know the beautiful “museum lady” makes him reconsider. Little does he know, the heat between them will only add fuel to the fire—unless this unlikely couple can prove they’re lovers, not fighters.


After being laid off her previous job Lindsey is now working with the help of her great aunt at working on a  Heritage Museum. This job seemed to have put her into the middle of a family feud and before it opens shes to figure out the towns biggest question of who cheated whom? On top of that she happens to be apart of that fued related to one side of the family and the guy who shes attracted to happens to be on the other side. She must remain a neutral when it comes to this until she can figure this out. That also means keeping her family name a secret from the one she wants the most.

I really liked this book. It was a fun read very enjoyable and entertaining. I loved that the relationship between the two wasn't rushed at all. I loved getting to know each of the characters and getting to know the history of the town. Yea I know that this book wasn't real and everything but with very detail mentioned in this book it was easy to imagine the town and the people in it. This is one of those books that are easy to just fall into.

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