Thursday, December 27, 2018

eARC Book review: My Kind of Forever (Trillium Bay #2) by Tracy Brogan


Available January 22nd 2019
eARC Provided by Netgalley through the publisher

As the youngest mayor Trillium Bay has ever elected, Brooke Callaghan wants to prove she’s up to the challenge. She’s stepping out of her practical teacher flats and into her sister’s treacherously high heels…with disastrous results. But if she’s going to (literally) stumble her first day on the job, why not fall into the arms of a handsome stranger?
Leo Walker is a rarity on Wenniway Island. Not only handsome, he’s also single, funny, and—most importantly—interested in Brooke. Unfortunately, his reasons for being on the island are temporary, so in spite of the undeniable chemistry between them, he’s not a forever kind of guy.
When a private investigator arrives with news of a jewel thief hiding on the island, Brooke finds herself dealing with one kerfuffle after another, and Leo proves to be a delicious distraction. What does she really know about him, though? And the biggest question of all? Does this short-term romance hold the possibility of long-term love?
This is a stand alone book in the Trillium Bay series. Brooke Callahgan is the youngest mayor elected in Wenniway Island. Brooke is trying to navigate her new job as Mayor and it's more than she thought it would be. While learning the ropes and making adjustments a private investigator shows up claiming there's a jewel thief on the island. Not what she needs right now. Then she meets Leo Walker bartender extraordinaire and out of work security expert in between jobs. He's there temporarily til he finds out about another job. Question is should Brooke enjoy him until he leaves or just stay away. This is my first book by this author and while i liked the story idea i was bored at times. Something just did not click with me. I didn't feel a connection between Leo and Brooke and i really wanted to. The wrap up felt a bit sloppy. I like Brooke and i liked Leo but it wasn't hard to figure out why Leo was there. I don't know. I think i need to read more from this author and see if it was the book or the mood i was in when i read it. 

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