Adventure is in Captain Hudson Miller’s blood. For the past ten years, he's spent his days in the sky, serving as a pilot for the Army. But where adventure called him away, something—someone—is calling him home. On post-deployment leave, he escapes to the one place he hasn’t been since he enlisted: Havenbrook, Mississippi. Hometown of his momma’s peach cobbler, enough memories to last a lifetime, and the only girl who ever left an imprint on his heart.
Mackenna Haven thought she'd have her life figured out by now. Instead, she's a twenty-seven-year-old college drop out who works at her soon-to-be brother-in-law's bar and lives on her parents' land. No husband or kids to her name. Not even a consistent weekend booty call. She's been pretending she's happy working dead-end jobs in an even deader-end town, but she can't stop thinking she was meant for more than this.
After a childhood as best friends and a single weekend exploring more, Mackenna and Hudson haven't seen each other in ten years. But they made a pact that long ago weekend, and Hudson's coming to make good on his promise. Except he walked away from her once already, and she's not interested in opening her heart and allowing him a second chance at destruction.
Best second chane
Great book and series great reads. Story line was good and all their bets made me laugh. It’s good to hear about family’s who are still close and stay together. So happy Hudson and Mac found their right time this time to be together.
I thought Mackenna and Hudson’s second chance was a good one. I love a small town setting romance. I thought it was charming and cute. I loved the little bit of drama in the book but it was overall a sweet romance. The sass in the story was fun. It was a quicker read but defiantly a good one. I would defiantly recommend this book 📚
Lovely second chance romance
This was my first time reading a book by this author.
I have to admit I struggled a bit to get into this book. But once storyline started to pick up I was hooked!
I really liked main characters. Mac and Hudson were well developed, realistic and likable. I loved their bets and banter! There was also no shortage of steamy hot and explosive chemistry between them.
Secondary characters were also well developed and really added to the storyline. I’ll have to go back and read Rory’s and Willow’s stories.
I received a copy of this book from BadBoyUpdate and am voluntarily leaving my honest review.