At thirty-five and single, I'm tired of the dating game. Tired of men who look at me and say, "You'd be prettier if you shed a few pounds."
There's only one man I want a future with — my grouchy friends with benefits, Nolan. But he's adamant about keeping things casual.
All that changes when one night we get careless, and those pink lines show up on the pregnancy test months later.
Nolan wants to do right by me. He wants to give me what I've been searching for, but I'm pretty sure he's only doing it out of obligation. It's not like the bearded brewmaster loves me like I love him.
Accidentally in Love is a smalltown accidental pregnant holiday romance featuring a burly bearded brewmaster and an hopeless romantic high school english teacher.
Accidentally in Love by Danica Flynn
I enjoyed this story. I Especially Nolan and the interfering siblings.
Perfect Christmas Read!
Another fantastic book from Danica! I loved Avery & Nolan. Nolan is grumpy, hard on himself, & doesn't believe he's one of the "good guys" when it comes to relationships. He's been in love with Avery since she stepped in his brewery after a nasty breakup but keeps them restricted to a "friends with sometimes benefits" situation since he's done with relationships. Avery wants the whole package & she wants it with Nolan, even though they're just friends & he's been clear there's nothing more. Danica did a few hard-to-do things extremely well with this book: 1) Establish a strong, believable HEA between two characters who truly struggle with communication. Avery & Nolan acknowledge their pitfalls & make the decision to work together to overcome them. The book includes some bumps in the road (& baby bumps of course!), but overall, the development of their relationship is paced well, organic, & very believable. I loved this about the story SO MUCH & it's a standout thing because a lot of other author's struggle to develop resolution where there are big communication challenges to overcome. 2) Avery & Nolan are not what I would classify grumpy sunshine. They are two sarcastic, funny people who have banter that keeps you engaged through ought the book. I loved their interactions. True, they struggled with communication but their banter & chemistry was off the charts in very well-done dialogue. This made the book for me. I laughed many times & truly wanted to be friends with both of them. I cannot recommend this book enough. It was, to me, the perfect Christmas read & I'm already eagerly awaiting more books in this series.