International bestselling author TC Matson brings us back to Chately Bay, Florida with a small town, standalone romance about when two opposite worlds collide over coffee, bringing secrets, lies, and love.
Life hasn’t been great for me.
My parents are dead, the state took my little brother, and I only have two years left to get him back.
There’s just one tiny problem. I need a home to bring him to.
I’m homeless and living out of the back of my SUV, working as many hours as I can to get back on my feet.
The last thing I need is a tall, blue-eyed hottie to turn my world upside down.
But that’s the very thing that happens when he comes into the coffee shop.
He sees through my mask and pokes holes in my defenses from the very beginning.
He’s charming, funny, really good-looking, and has the best-worst ice breakers.
He also oozes wealth.
It’s in his suits, the way he carries himself, and the fat tips he leaves.
A date is all he asked for.
Who knew I’d get way more than I bargained for.
Now, I’m too far in with no way out but heartache.
I was just supposed to fly back to my hometown and attend my aunt’s funeral.
What I didn’t expect was to inherit a house.
Or become intrigued by the barista at the local coffee shop.
Both are an inconvenience since I live two thousand miles away.
She’s beautiful with the most compelling green eyes.
Her witty banter keeps me coming back day after day while in town.
She has no idea who I am nor how deep my pockets are.
She treats me like an average man, which only intensifies the interest I have for her.
A date is all I asked for.
I didn’t expect to fall head over heels for her.
How was I to know she was holding on to secrets that would change everything?
Find My Way Home is a steamy, full of banter and heartbreak, emotional roller coaster that will have you racing to turn the next page while delivering you an HEA.
Couldn’t put it down
Holden and Raine are the epitome of opposites attract, the rich workaholic and the struggling one. Raine will do anything for her brother, Kaleb, except ask for help. So while it’s absolutely an admirable quality, it’s a sticky quality that I’m still not sure if I admire or not. Then again, Holden has missed out on so much with his family because of his company, so these two share that stubbornness in spades!
But I also admired them both so much, and their chemistry, from the start, was snappy and fun. And while long distance relationships aren’t usually a good thing while starting out, it worked for both the storyline as well as Holden and Raine as characters. The absence made the walls fall down, for them both.
So an overall 4.5 stars for Find My Way Home. I loved the banter, the great cast of supporting characters and the story itself. Loving this series and the author…I’ll be back for more!