When Cameron Murphy heads to the breathtaking Green Mountains of Vermont to design a website for a new client, she never anticipates so many pitfalls on her way there and during her stay. To start things on the wrong footing, poor Cameron is involved in a car accident with the town moose as the suspect. Luckily for her, Will Abbott helps her out. The only problem with this is, once they find out who they both are, things don’t go as well as expected. All Will wants is for Cameron to leave, but it seems his mind and heart are telling him something completely different. Does Cameron stay and help her client with the website setup? Could something meaningful come out of Cameron and Will getting to know each other?
This was a great story that I loved reading because the characters were fun and extremely believable in my eyes, while the little Vermont town was quaint and very charming to learn about. I loved the connection that Cameron and Will were feeling, but I wondered if things could really work out for them in the end. I found it funny that Cameron got into an accident all because of the town’s moose. If you’re looking for a heartwarming, feel-good story to lose yourself in for a few hours, than this is one book you should look into!
The family-run Green Mountain Country Store is cherished by locals as a reminder of simpler times. The Abbott children are determined to keep it that way?but their father has different plans?
When Cameron Murphy heads to Vermont to build a website for a new client, she imagines a more relaxing trip than she gets. After wrecking her car by colliding with the town moose, she meets the most handsome hero she’s ever seen. Unfortunately, her savior, Will Abbott, is also the son of her client?and he wants nothing to do with the new website or the city girl creating it.
For all Will cares, Cameron can march her fancy boots right out of town and out of his family’s business. But he can’t seem to get her out of his head. As his family’s dispute heats up, so does the chemistry between the two, leaving them wondering if simple is better after all?especially when it comes to matters of the heart.