Falling in love is one thing that you can't control.
Lanie Moore likes her life to be perfect. Perfect job. Perfect house. Perfect everything. She doesn't have time for a love life.
Brixton Crane flies by the seat of his pants. Permanent plans aren't his thing. This world traveler just planted some roots near his childhood home.
When a sick child needs their help, the careful Lanie and the free-wheeling Brixton agree to work together.
But neither expected that their perfect match might just be their polar opposite.
And if they're brave enough to tear down their walls, the perfect love might be the one once deemed imperfect.
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Rom-com with Contemporary Feels
While this is a rom-com, the very realistic nature of Brix and Lanie’s relationship gives it contemporary feels. Two people who came from completely different family dynamics, who had challenging experiences as children that molded them into the adults they are. Those experiences are what brings them together and makes them hopelessly perfect for each other. The author gently touches on some tough topics, but use the antics of the fun loving Moore family to keep it all in balance.