He’s done playing the dating game—this small town won't let him quit.
After spending six years in Thailand while working for a service organization and chasing after the only woman he’s ever loved, Travis Matkin is done playing games. Desperate for a new start and a chance to settle down, he moves to California to manage a small-town hardware store. The people of Starlight Ridge are all too happy to have a new face and promptly set their sights on pairing Travis up with one of their many eligible bachelorettes—through a charity auction.
Eliza Meyer has always been competitive, and her beach volleyball team’s five-year winning streak is proof. But she doesn’t train hard to win—she trains hard to live. Determined to outwit the disease that has cursed her family for generations, she’s doing everything she can to stay ahead of the game. Her competitive streak doesn’t end at athletics, however, so when Starlight Ridge starts up their first community charity auction, she knows she needs to win. Eliza only wishes she would have realized what she was bidding on.
Winning his Love is the fifth book in the Starlight Ridge romance series. If you can’t get enough of witty banter, sweet kisses, and small-town meddling, you’ll want to read this small-town romance.
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Second Chance at Love Romance
Travis seems unmoored, without purpose, and insecure. He thought he had the life he wanted looking towards a future with someone but she didn’t return his feels and falls for another. I like Starlight Ridge, where it feels like you are on vacation even when you are working, and the small community comes together to support each other. It’s a good place for him to figure out his next steps. Matchmaker Jessie is a riot. I have a friend who had to go on cholesterol medication young because of genetics, but despite that her family is known for living long lives. At least Eliza is focused on exercising and eating relatively healthy even if it seems she keeps running from something she feels is inevitable out of fear instead of enjoying the here and now. Cholesterol numbers can fluctuate which can stress me out too when I get bloodwork, but Eliza needs to remember it doesn't tell the whole picture of her health.