One house. Two owners.
Paige Miller has inherited a house in the small town of Johnson City, Texas. She's elated to be back and has already started making plans to remodel the one-hundred-year-old home exactly how she remembered it as a little girl. There's only one problem.
The moment Lucas Foster sees the old home sitting on fifty acres of prime land, he has one thing on his mind. Sell it. However, there is one obstacle literally standing in the way of his plan.
Seeing Paige standing in the doorway of his grandfather's old home instantly brought back the feelings he once had for her. The dream of one day marrying her and raising a family in this very house.
Neither is willing to budge on what they want, and soon they find themselves living together in the old home.
The house uncovers many old and hidden secrets, and Paige quickly discovers that it wasn't a mistake they both inherited the house. It was fate.
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KELLY’S BOOKS JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER AND BETTER!
KELLY’S BOOKS JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER AND BETTER! Just when I think that Kelly can’t top her last book, she does and I can never get enough! Lucas and Paige were childhood best friends turned boyfriend/girlfriend that sadly comes to a screeching halt right before college. After over a decade apart, they finally reconnect thanks to the death of Lucas’ grandfather. Leaving his home to both of them sparks the domino effect of this couple finally getting back together and having a second chance at their relationship once some road bumps are eliminated. One aspect of Kelly’s books that I love and continue to feel take them to the next level is the addition of suspense and mystery within her romance storylines. This one in particular was pretty dang good with the mystery of both Lucas and Paige’s families and their pasts. In the end, this couple gets their second chance and doesn’t waste a second of it, and it was probably one of the best stories I’ve read in quite some time bringing something different and unique to a standard storyline. I can’t wait to see what comes next in this series!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.