The line between love and hate …
Belinda Leonard prefers things done a certain way, and has her life – and the entire village of Hemshawe – arranged to her liking. The only thorn in her side is the maddening presence of Adam Sturridge, who has delighted in disrupting Belinda’s perfectly ordered existence ever since they were children. But even though they are long past the age of pulling pigtails, Belinda and Adam cannot help but spark against each other every chance they get.
…is about to get blurry.
But when those sparks get noticed by a would-be matchmaker, things get turned on their head for Belinda and Adam. A few well-placed words have the pair questioning how they truly feel… and how long they have felt that way. But can these two stop squabbling long enough to overcome a lifetime of animosity and misunderstandings, and find their way to love?
A Madness in spring
The story was delightful but there were a lot of typos and errors to make it a little annoying.
A madness in Spring
Or just madness…. The first half of the book was confusing. I would’ve only given it one star but The book got better in second half. I’m glad it was short or I probably would’ve decided not to read it. I usually like a lot of dialogue in stories but if felt like tow many characters were all talking at once. It was craziness.
Short but cute.