Susan Mallery welcomes you to Happily Inc, where true love isn’t just for fairy tales…
Natalie Kaleta will do anything for the artists at her gallery, including risk life, limb and the effect of humidity on her naturally curly hair. Braving a downpour to check on reclusive Ronan Mitchell, Natalie gets stranded by a mudslide at his mountain home, where the brooding glass artist reveals his playful side, sending her inconvenient crush from under-the-radar to over-the-top.
After a secret tore apart his family and made him question his sense of self, Ronan fled his hometown for Happily Inc, but the sunny small town can’t fix his damaged heart. He won’t give in to his attraction for beautiful, perpetually cheerful Natalie. She’s untouched by darkness—or so he thinks.
Natalie knows that when a heart goes through the flame, it comes out stronger. Life may not be a fairy tale, but sometimes dreams do come true. Why not this one? Why not tonight?
A great love story blooms in happily, Inc.
I really enjoyed this book. Natalie was a breath of fresh air. She never let all of her sorrows and heartbreak get her down. She seem to see the best in everyone and brought out the best of everyone. She was the perfect match for Ronin who is constantly improving and feeling sorry for himself. All the while longing for the happiness he sees in his brothers, but so afraid he’d end up like the father he hates. I love how she constantly tried to get Ronan to connect with his brothers again, to see that nothing really changed only his viewpoint. She tried to get him to see that even though Elaine was not his birth mother she truly was his mother. I sometimes got angry at Ronan for being so selfish, they came to understand he was truly fearful that he would ruin someone else’s life. All in all, Susan wove a wonderful love story and I can’t wait to hear how they are doing in the next book.