Who’s the mystery woman who just walked into my brewery?
I’m not the only one from my Alaskan small town asking themselves that question. But I’m positive, I’m the only one in Sunrise Bay undressing the pretty blonde in my head. Everything about her, from her make-up to her high heels says she’s a fish out of water.
Whispers and speculations run rampant until the secret of who she is gets uncovered. Then the rumor mill goes into overdrive when she announces she’s staying to open a bookstore in the building next to mine—throwing a big wrench into my plans to buy that empty building.
I quickly find myself in a tug-of-war since my business partner/brother is upset she’s ruined the opportunity to expand our business. I try to keep my distance, but I’ve got one sister with a gossip column on the local radio station and two meddling grandmas setting me up as a tour director.
And now I kind of like the idea of our new neighbor staying. But small-town life isn’t for the weak—time will tell if she has what it takes to be one of us.
Author Note: Previously titled My Beautiful Nemesis
OMG!! Love it!!
I have read My Beautiful Neighbor 3 times. Chapter 13 at the retirement home had me laughing so hard someone thought I was crying. I have played that chapter for numerous people. It’s hilarious. I can’t wait for the second book of the Green Series. I have read every book written under Piper Rayne and now I have started over because I am too excited for the next book!! Beautiful romance and Presley has the patience of a Saint and she is so understanding. Cade is pretty worth it though.
Great start to a fun series
This is a delightful spin-off of the Bailey series, centered on the Greene family in Sunrise Bay, Alaska. The Greene’s are a blended family of ten kids, think a modern day Brady Bunch on steroids. This book introduces you to the family, gives you a glimpse of the matchmaking grannies (Ethel, Dori and Midge), and starts the romances off with the oldest of the family, Cade and the mystery woman in town, Presley Knight. Loved the whole Greene family, the romance was enjoyable (though I felt it was shorted a bit due to the setup of the future stories), and I definitely recommend this book. I received an advanced reader copy of this book from the author for my honest opinion.