Saturday, November 10, 2012

ARC Review: A Wedding in Apple Grove [Mass Market Paperback]

I've finished "Wedding in Apple Grove" the 1st book in her Small Town USA series by C.H. Admirand.

Product Description

He's not so sure about small town life.

She can't imagine living anywhere else.

Welcome to Apple Grove, Ohio (population 597), where everyone has your best interests at heart, even if they can't agree on the best way to meddle. When the townsfolk of Apple Grove need handiwork done, there's no job too small for the Mulcahy sisters: Megan, Caitlin, and Grace.

Specializing in hard work and family loyalty, tomboy Meg Mulcahy has left behind any girlhood dreams of romance. Enter newcomer Daniel Eagan, looking to bury his own broken heart and make a new start. He's surprised - and delighted - by the winsome girl with the mighty tool belt who shows up to fix his wiring.

But Dan's got a lot to learn about life in a small town, and when Meg's past collides with her future, it may take all 595 other residents of Apple Grove to keep this romance from short-circuiting.

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (November 6, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402268998
ISBN-13: 978-1402268991

My Review:

Tomboy Megan Mulcahy took over her father's handyman business and has decided to give up on romance.  She meets Daniel Eagan the new high school football coach and sparks fly between them.  Dan is trying to start a new life and adjust to a small town while Megan is fighting her own haunted past.

I really enjoyed the family dynamics between Megan and her family which consists of her father and two sisters Cait and Grace.

I loved the close relationship Dan has with his aunt Trudi and how loving it is.  I'm glad he listened to her advice about his relationship with Megan.


Thanks Sourcebooks for sending me this ARC to review, greatly appreciated!

1 comment:

Na said...

I also like the sound of the family dynamics. Small town stories often gives me a chance to know the characters and their families more.

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