She’s his best friend’s sister and completely off-limits. But she’s also the only one who can help him.
Business savvy Joselyn Zimmerman knows everything about how to run her own business, except what kind of business to run.
Chef Marcus desires a life outside the kitchen—one with a family of his own, and more than anything, he wants that family to include Joselyn. But her family has always been there for him, and he doesn’t want to do anything to jeopardize that.
When an empty commercial space that they both want becomes available in their home town, Nestled Hollow, the two work together to open an ice cream shop. After spending time in close quarters, making their dreams a reality, Joselyn falls for Marcus. But when their relationship threatens both their new business and Marcus’s place in the Zimmerman family, can their relationship survive?
This is a sweet, clean story for anyone who likes small-town romances. I especially like the family aspect.
Personally, I didn’t quite connect with the book and I sort of wanted to hit Jocelyn and Marcus — they’re 27 and 29-years-old, and not only do they NEVER talk about their relationship, they decide that since they have different tastes in interior design, they’ll clearly never have a stable relationship. It’s like they’ve never dated or know any married people.
If you can get past Jocelyn’s and Marcus’s complete lack of knowledge regarding relationships, this is a cute book. A bit wordy at times, but the heart is there. Perfect for fans of clean romance.