A sweet story of friendship and finding love, with all the happy feels.
Megan dreams of making a living as an artist and a small town contest--with a trip to Italy as the prize--is the chance to make that happen. But insecurities about her unique style make her doubt she has what it takes. Will her best friend’s older brother inspire her to follow her inner voice that she is all she needs and the woman he’s always loved?
From a New York Times bestselling author, dive into this beach read to see how believing in yourself opens opportunities and leads to true love in THE FRIENDLY COTTAGE.
THE SWEETEST KISS
THE SWEETEST KISS #4 in the Kissed by the Bay series by Susan Hatler
You meet Megan a loser where men are concerned, you chuckle with her, as the last guy, even asked to be reimbursed for the coffee he spent on her. She wanted a sauve man from Italy, along with the art she loved. She enters a competition, the price a year in Florence, Italy to paint at the arts gallery. Brian who she has known for ever wants to work with her for the competition. Telling her she has never dated anyone that has deserved her. Even at the last minute, he knew her heart and what she really wanted to enter. Could that be the same Brian that makes her tingle. If she won, what about Brian he had abandonment issues. He won't date long distance, did she win a prize only to lose Brian and love. Enjoyable, amusing of how love works, who have been friends. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.
I love all of this series. Susan Hatler does an awesome job of pulling you in and feeling like the characters are part of your life. Brian was led by his parents and Megan is friends with his sister. They are best friends to lovers. Megan gets a chance of a lifetime but it will cars leaving Brian behind. I found myself tearing up at parts of this book.
Really enjoyed this book. Fun and entertaining characters. Interesting story! Love the art! Fun to go through the feelings with the characters toward love! Would recommend.
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