Knox Blisswood isn't expecting his biggest challenge to be something so good…
The first time I meet Madison, she has no idea that I'm the owner of the winery that she just called pretentious, so I play along. The second time, she isn't impressed by my chivalrous act of kindness while I checked out her a— And the third time is the real winner, because Madison mistakes me for my married brother at a parent-teacher meeting–yep, Madison is my little sister's new favorite off-limits teacher. Not only that, but we get thrown together thanks to the high school booster club needing help with an event. My new partner in crime is not a fan of me, and quite frankly, every conversation with her is aggravating. Which is why a simple fact confuses me…
We can't seem to stay away from one another.
First we argue, then we kiss, and I don't want it to stop. The more our lives become entwined, the more I realize that she may just be what I didn't know I was waiting for. But this stubborn woman has to take a chance on us, and although her eyes say yes, her words say no—after all, her job is on the line. The challenge doesn't deter me, though. Because I'm beginning to feel that Madison and me? We may just be something good…
This enemies-to-lovers romance is the third standalone book in the small town Blisswood Brothers series that follows the brothers as they run their family winery and farm, Olive Owl.
Loved Knox and Maddie!
I have fallen in love with the Blisswood Brothers and Lucy! Something Good is book 3, and can totally standalone.
Something Good was a light and enjoyable read. I loved the fun banter, how loving and supportive the Blisswood family is, and the sweet romance. This was a perfect mix of enemies to lovers, small town romance, and with a slow burn. Knox is the fun and broody brother not looking to settle down when Maddie Rhoads moves to town as the new high school teacher. There was always something going “wrong” with miscommunication etc when they bumped into each other and landed projects together. Loved the push and pull to get them on the same page and to their hea.
Overall, I found this book and series to be entertaining and a enjoyable read.
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🍷 ARC REVIEW 🍷
Review: 3.75/5 ⭐️
#somethinggood is book three in the #blisswoodbrothersseries by @authorehlyon
Knox is the brother of the family who doesn’t take things too seriously. He dates around, makes jokes at others expense and loves to drive the new teacher in town crazy. The thing he takes the most pride in is the family business. He’s very protective over what his family has built, so when he pulls over to help a woman, she’s already not thrilled with the place. She gets under his skin but isn’t sure why. The more time they are forced to spend together because of his sisters school and booster club the more he wants who doesn’t seem to want him back. With the little touches and flirty banter can he get this stubborn woman to give him a true shot?
Maddison is trying to make a good impression her first year as a high school teacher. She gets along well with the students and most of the faculty. Being put on a project for the booster club with her student’s brother is less than ideal. There’s something about him that grates on her nerves. She really tries to avoid the pull he has on her. Until finally it snaps. Can she hide her relationship with a student’s brother or is this going to put her new small town teaching job in jeopardy?
I’m really enjoying this series. I liked the book, Knox was exactly what I wanted in a youngest brother main character. Maddie annoyed me a little with her hot and cold attitude tords him. The burn was a little too slow in my opinion, especially with their chemistry. That being said, I still enjoyed the book and can’t wait for the last one in the series! I’d recommend to anyone who wants small town, frenemies to lovers quick romance read