Not all broken hearts are beyond repair.
As the owner of a small-town hardware store, Davis Jones enjoys fixing what is damaged--his own life excluded. Attempting to escape his demons, he visits his family where they are volunteering in Thailand. All he wants is to help others in relative peace and quiet. But the beautiful and gregarious service director has other plans.
Chloe Rodgers has lived in Thailand for the past fifteen years. As the director of a service organization, she spends her time in remote villages, rebuilding when disaster strikes. But when an attractive volunteer arrives, she’s torn between her philanthropic lifestyle and considering the possibility of building a life of her own.
Davis and Chloe have spent so much time fixing other people’s problems, that it will take a miracle repairing themselves enough to find the love they deserve.
Building on Love is #4 in a fantastic, sweet series. This one is a bit different and took me on a picturesque journey of Thailand. The characters are interesting and realistic-I love that they are involved with a service organization. The author made the events, food, and scenery come to life in an authentic way. Side note, reading is a great way to travel during Covid restrictions.