Apple McCoy has given up on love.
Preston Lawson has never given up on anything.
For years Preston Lawson has loved the beautiful and unattainable Apple McCoy from afar. Now he’s determined to make her his and he’s not going to let her fear of falling get in his way… until she bolts the morning after he finally gets her into bed.
Apple refuses to let any man get too close and Preston is no exception. She won’t allow herself to be seduced by the sexy bartender’s flirtatious smiles and bedroom eyes, which is exactly why she skips town for a much-needed vacation… only to run straight into Preston.
It’s not until they’re in paradise that she finally lets him in, eagerly succumbing to his persistent charms. But what happens when they return to Jessamine and reality sets in?
Will Apple shut him out once more, or will Preston be able to show her just how right they are together?
The Lawsons Reading Order (all can be read as standalones):
Love So Hot
Love So True
Love So Irresistible
Love So Tempting
Love So Perfect
Love So Unexpected
Love So Right
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Light hearted small town romance with just enough emotion and heat to make this a fun and sexy read
Love So Right is a great addition to the Lawson Brothers series, Apple and Preston’s book being a sweet romance about how perseverance sometimes pays off by being a gentleman rather than giving in to the expected. This is a relatively light hearted read with an undertone of tension and drama that will have you eager to figure out if Apple and Preston can really find a HEA. While this can be read as a standalone, for fans of the series, this book follows in true fashion of feeling like you are coming home with all the familiar faces the pop up that we get to catch up with.
Apple and Preston have a sweet but somewhat fiery connection that is built up in a great way given the characters’ histories before things finally heat up (and to a seriously hot level!). The uncertainty between Apple and Preston and their differing views on romance keep you intrigued as to how this relationship will pan out. The dual perspectives you get through the book helped define the characters further and truly show their emotions, Apple especially given her outward appearances and attitude.
Love So Right is well written with a steady pace and flow with a few twists to keep the plot fresh and intriguing from start to finish. As I’ve already said, it’s always nice to catch up with some of the sub-characters from this whole series if you have been following along but it’s not compulsory to have read the previous books as each book focuses on a new couple (just helps add a familiarity and greater understanding).
I would definitely recommend this light hearted small town romance with just enough emotion and heat to make this a fun and sexy read!
*I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.