Ruth Kabbah is okay with being an outcast.
Between her autism, her comic book nerdery, and the whiff of scandal her small town can't forget, Ruth will always be Ravenswood's black sheep. Since she prefers silence and solitude to gossip and pub crawls, that suits her just fine.
Until Evan Miller comes to town.
Ex-military man Evan is gorgeous, confident... and he just moved in next door. Unlike everyone else in town, he doesn't seem to mind Ruth's crotchety ways or her cooking disasters. In fact, if Ruth didn't know any better, she might think Evan likes her.
But Ruth's been burned before, and some lessons are hard to forget.
She can't let her guard down, no matter how many home-cooked meals Evan brings over or how many awesome comics he reads. Because affection is temporary, trust is made to be broken, and the heat of desire is a dangerous thing to play with.
So why does this man feel so safe?
Ruth is hilarious. Say it like it is, no fux given. What separates Talia from other authors, she gives you reality with her stories. No cookie cut outs anywhere in her novels.
Wow. Got in 7 chapters
I was interested in reading this after seeing the protagonist is on the spectrum and it seemed like a nice change from other romance type novels. Well this, was painful. I got through chapter 6 and reading it was like a chore and it drug on with no points that enticed me to read any further. I’ll be more cautious when checking out the author’s other books