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Publisher Description

When Ryan Ball took in his nephew after his brother and wife died in a tragic car accident, his life was turned upside down. He'd needed help and that help meant going to Cedarville, Ohio, a town that in only a few days had sucked him in and made him never want to leave. So on a whim, he packed up his apartment and became the town's newest resident.

He swore to himself that moving had nothing to do with the sexy brunette that he'd had an instant attraction to the first time they'd met.  Which was a total lie. If ever there was a reason to uproot your whole life, Addison Scott was in the top ten.

She drew him in with her smart mouth, gorgeous looks and big heart. Dating however, wasn't in his comfort zone and he wasn't sure how to navigate his new life while raising a child and falling for Addison.

One thing was for sure though, he wasn't going to give up. Not when everything he wanted was within arms reach.

Join the rest of the gang as they welcome Ryan to Cedarville!  

July 21
Bree Kraemer
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Zarabidi ,

Light entertainment

The story is a bit shallow, but it’s light reading. One big problem, however, is the lack of editing. There are some basic grammatical errors that cannot be typos and the author repeatedly pluralizes with apostrophes. NEVER PLURALIZE WITH APOSTROPHE S, dear author. Whether an e book or a paper version, there are certain standards, which books still need to follow. If grammar is important to you and you don’t enjoy cringing, you may want to skip this one. I recommend that the author have someone edit her work.

Pins4 ,

Better Together

Good book. Like small town living with friends. Would recommend it to anyone liking romance and happy endings.

1Alannah ,

Sexy romance

Ryan had always had to be the perfect person but after becoming the guardian to his nephew he decides he wants to just be himself. Not perfect. Addison had felt the same way most of her life. Together better is referred to several times and gives the reader how the book gained it's title. There were several typographical errors.

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