Jennifer McKinlay starts a series off right with this sweet and sexy contemporary romance. I felt an undeniable connection with Mac Harris, no I'm not a numbers person and no I've not been jilted in front of the entire town on my wedding day and okay truth be told I never slept with my best friends little brother but I did have a huge crush on him. Mac is just so easy to like and I couldn't help myself from cheering her on even in the moments she made me cringe a little. I admired her for being so worried about how her friend will react. Gavin Tolliver is a darn near perfect hero, well at least he is perfect for MAC, and honestly I looked really close and couldn't spot a thing wrong with him. He is mature, sensitive, smart and kind while also being sexy and fun and a little bit wild. He's the kind of man we'd all like in our life. I loved getting to know the ensemble of characters in this story and I'm hoping that because it is the first in a series I will get to see more of them. If you are looking for a good solid read this is a must pick up.
Only her best friend's wedding would ever get Mac Harris to,come back to,her hometown. She fled years ago after being humiliated at the altar but that wasn't the only life changing event that took place that day. Now she's back to face her friend's little brother, the man she can't seem to stop thinking about.
Fall in love with a little help from man’s best friend in New York Times bestselling author Jenn McKinlay’s contemporary romance debut.
Mackenzie “Mac” Harris fled her hometown of Bluff Point, Maine, after being left at the altar—and seeking solace in the arms of her best friend’s off-limits brother. Now, seven years later, she’s back to attend her best friend’s wedding—safe, or so she thinks, from the mistakes of her youth.
But Gavin Tolliver has never forgotten the woman who has always held his heart. And when Mac rescues a stray puppy named Tulip, only Gavin, the town’s veterinarian, can help. With a little assistance from Tulip, Gavin vows to make Mac realize that their feelings are more than just puppy love…