Hunter Hart knows construction.
He knows relationships hurt after watching his parents self destruct.
Somehow he forgot all the warnings when Taylor Jane Bryant blasted through the crumbling foundation around his heart.
Taylor Jane Bryant knows home design.
Well... she thinks she knows based on marathon sessions of her favorite television show.
Now she's all grown up and ready to nail the last stud, Hunter Hart.
A romantic comedy by M.C. Cerny, Love Under Construction is book one in the Love By Design series. Come meet a sullen, stubborn hero with a 2x4 stuck up his rear about falling in love, and a heroine who has watched every episode of the Property Brothers ready to flip her dream house. Between every construction nightmare possible, animals that need to move out, and friends determined to interfere, what could possible go right? Step into a small town with a big heart, and laugh your way into love. Each book in the LBD series is a standalone HEA romance.
Love Under Construction is written to be read as a standalone, but many readers prefer to read the series in order.
Love Under Construction (1)
Unlovely Things (2)
Love Actually (5)
Mission For Love (6)
Mine To Keep (7)
Love On Tap (8)
Love under Construction
Wonderful best friends to lovers story. I love all that it took to over come the past and move on. The zany characters made it a fun read.
Such wasted potential
The writing is terrible. The basic plot isn’t too bad, but it suffers severely from a lack of any real interaction between the two lead characters. The author tells us they love each other and have since high school, but there is no actual reasoning or explanation of how those feelings came to be.
The timeline is crazy and jumps days ahead in two sentences without a clear break.
Sentences frequently don’t make sense and have to be re-read to try and understand. Punctuation is pitiful, the wrongs words are used or misspelled; whoever edited this mess did a horrible job.
And the epilogue… I’m sorry that was the worst epilogue in the history of epilogues.
The only amusing and intriguing point of this whole book where the secondary characters that are clearly being set up for their own spin off romance book. I wouldn’t mind knowing their story, but I’m not willing to subject myself to the abysmal writing enough to read it.
I just wanted this book to end. Awful book.
No wonder it was free
So bad, I ditched it before the second chapter.