When small town mechanic Damian Carson comes to Savvy Williams’ rescue—again—he is determined to make their encounter a bit more memorable than the last. Yet, when a rousing kiss results in an unforgettable night, Damian soon finds himself caught in a bogus engagement with the lovely southern belle.
Embarrassed by her previous broken engagement—and eager to dispel rumors of her attraction to rich men only—Savvy is willing to fake a relationship with the handsomely rugged mechanic. Until their harmless charade results in a quickie wedding.
Before their family and friends, Damian and Savvy must decide how far they’re willing to take their pretense…and if what they have is strong enough to survive something real.
Hilarious and Romantic
One of the funniest characters and scenes in this book is Pops at the wedding!!! I enjoyed this story from start to finish and can't wait for more in Cedar Bend! Thanks for great writing!
A great new read and series
This was a wonderful read and not my first by Lena Hart, but my first in this series. Savannah (Savvy) Williams and Damian Carson (Junior) met a few years back but this time Savvy needed Damian's help when her car broke down on her way to stay with her cousin and his best friend before their wedding. The sparks that are between these two but there is also so much going on outside of them with Damian taking care of his father and his failing health, Savvy's ex and does she still have feelings.
This story is so great I need to go back and. Read the first story in this series and then read the next in the series I want to know what happens next. Lena Hart has me hooked.
Gotta love Pops!!!
This is book two in the Cedar Bend series and it features Damien and Savvy. Savvy struck me as someone who thought she was better than everyone else. Damien's thoughts and actions were kind of old school. They both have their issues but it's so hard to fight that intense sexual chemistry. Pops was great! It's so hard to go through Alzheimer's disease with a family member.
I love this book but the part of the story leading up to the end felt too rushed. Also, the issue with Quinn was left up in the air. We didn't even get a slight hint at what happened to keep us interested.