By Virtue Fall
Book 4, Shakespeare Sisters
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A single dad of an adorable little boy.
The beautiful woman next door who's done with love.
A second-chance romance to capture your heart...
Juliet isn't looking for love. She has enough to think about right now - with a flower shop to run, a daughter to raise and a nasty divorce from her cheating ex to navigate. Life is complicated enough - why make it worse?
But when a sexy single-dad moves in next door everything changes. Ryan is gorgeous, talented and as attractive as heck, and from the first time they meet Juliet can't help sneaking glances at him.
Ryan's only back in town to settle a few scores, and has no time to be distracted by the beautiful woman next door. But every time he sees her he can't help but want her. As the leaves begin to scatter in their small Chesapeake town, the only question is; can Ryan and Juliet stop themselves from falling too?
This was a wonderful addition to the series. It was a beautiful and heartwarming story. I adored Ryan and Juliet. I would definitely recommend this book.
Sweet read with tow single parents
A sweet read featuring two sinlge parents, Juliet Shakespeare and Ryan Sutherland.
Juliet owns a flower shop and is a single mom to six year olf Poppy.
Ryan is a photographer and single dad to Charlie.
They move into Juliet's neighborhood.
Things are compliated for Juliet with her ex, Thomas.
Ryan and Charlie only plan to be in Shaw Haven for the school year.
I love it when a book has all the right elements for an addictive and compelling experience. -
1. Great hero and heroine
2. Realistic backstories, conflict, and overall storyline
3. Angst w/o dramatics
4. Enjoyable secondary characters, whether vindictive or loving
5. Above all, excellent writing and wonderfully detailed.
By Virtue Fall is a standout among many in Women's Fic/Family Saga Romance. I'll miss the Shakespeare family, but whole-heartedly look forward to what this author is planning next. (This is my voluntary and unbiased review of an advanced copy of By Virtue Fall.)