Tamra and Jeremy had me cracking up, they’re so growly and love to smile at one another. It’s just great. Right from the start you knew they had chemistry and were going to be just awesome characters.
Tamra loves her garden which is kind of cute and gets very upset with Jeremy when he mistakenly puts a bolder where she doesn’t want it to go. Jeremy for his part was a good sport but a person can only be pushed so much before they fight back. Tamra being his boss was one if not the only reason he held back so long.
They each have skills that when put to use and really work together makes a great and beautiful thing. I also loved the fact that they have so many people around them that can support them and listen when things get tough. Tamra’s little group made me smile because they weren’t afraid to tell her she was being a little crazy when it came to Jeremy. I enjoyed reading this book and recommend it.
You can't go too far when you're fighting for love . . .
Tamra Day swore off men a long time ago. Her art, her friends, and her garden have always been enough . . . until now. Suddenly, Tamra is aching for a connection. Unfortunately, Coral Cove's most eligible bachelor is the troublemaker who's building the mini-golf course she's designing. Brusque and sarcastic, he's made a habit of annoying Tamra. But more infuriating is the fact that Tamra can't help noticing how sexy he is.
They call him a war hero, but Jeremy Sheridan knows better. Still haunted by painful memories from Afghanistan, he's just hoping for a fresh start. So far, the only problem is his new boss, Tamra, a control freak who's easy on the eyes—and way too fun to tease.
Despite their differences, Tamra and Jeremy aren't as alone as they think they are. And together, with a little Coral Cove magic, they'll discover how good it feels to embrace a bright new future.