In this heartwarming small‑town romance, can three months, two planning projects, and a meddling grandmother finally make two high school hate crushes see just how right they are for each other?
Ambitious real estate agent Sinclair Buchanan is ecstatic to be her best friend’s maid-of-honor—until she discovers the best man is Garrett Davenport. Sin and Rett’s mutual hate crush ignited when they were teens and hasn’t let up since . . . except for that one extremely hot (and extremely regrettable) night they shared five years ago.
Nothing gets Rett fired up like going toe-to-toe with Sinclair. She’s as infuriatingly stubborn, and as absolutely gorgeous, as when he fell for her back in high school. Working together to plan their best friends’ last-minute wedding is one thing, but when his matchmaking grandmother gets involved Rett knows he’s in deep. Attraction has always simmered between them, but this time, they’re both in danger of losing their hearts.
Loving through forgiveness
Reese Ryan has done it again. A romantic entanglement between former mortal enemies.
If you are looking for a storyline that touches on family dynamics, carrying around baggage and trying to find that elusive thing called love then Return to Hummingbird Way is the book for you. The story starts out rather slow in the beginning and I can attribute that to some of the backstory. One of the main character Sinclair was annoying and a little selfish in the beginning but her character began to evolve as the story progressed and she was able to shed some of that baggage she was carrying. Garrett was misunderstood by some but displayed a genuine love for Mama Mae that was very touching and will have you in your feelings. Mama Mae was a hoot and a half and will have you laughing at some of her matchmaking schemes.
This story gave you history, love had some moments that will make you think. Garrett was faced with things that occurred when he was a child that carried over into his adulthood. Overcoming that displayed his growth and perseverance as he got older.
You will love this journey to uncovering love and forgiveness.