Desperate for a fresh start, Jazz McNally pours her energy into renovating her grandparent's mansion overlooking Lake Michigan. Her goal is to turn the cherished childhood home into a bed and breakfast she'd manage with her twin sister. Jazz doesn't mind the hard work, until vandals strike. She needs help fast or risk missing the date of their grand opening and being in debt to her four older brothers.
Drifter Dalton O'Brien doesn't mind giving Jazz a hand, knowing once the job was complete he'd be on his way. But he enjoys spending time with her, more than he should. When vandalism escalates into danger, Dalton is determined to keep Jazz safe. Can he let go of the ghosts in his past long enough to embrace the future?
Sweet, clean love story and mystery.
To Love well worth reading judiron
What a great twist. Turning broken hearts and lives around to realize God gives second chances.
I enjoyed reading this book. It wasn’t easy to put down. It kept my interest and I spent most of the day reading it!
I’ll enjoy reading more of Laura Scott’s work.
"To Love" is Laura Scott's sweet story about Jazz, a young woman who is fixing up her grandmother's property, to turn it into a "Bed and Breakfast" location. In addition to the demands of restoring the property, she is faced with recurring vandalism, without a clue as to who it is, or what is their motive. Out of the blue, a drifter named Dalton shows up in her life. Going on her gut intuition, she offers him a job as her handyman in the refurbishing project. It is win-win for both of them, or is it? He is trying to flee his former life, because he blames himself for the death of his wife and child. Meanwhile, Jazz is trying to forget the engagement that she broke when she realized the true nature of her fiance, as well as that of their relationship. Will Dalton and Jazz be able to heal from their respective pain? Will they get the "Bed and Breakfast" up and running? Will the police take her vandalism seriously and find the culprits? Will Dalton move on as is his new habit, or will he stick around and help Jazz, providing a good job for him and a stable friendship for them both? (Or more?) Good character development and writing. I will not give away spoilers, but I enjoyed this story and will be checking out more of Scott's books.