Series: Brooksville #1
bound to fly.
This was such a good book! Charlie and baby Mira have moved from NYC to California to live with Hannah, best friend of Charlie’s grandmother, and open her own bakery. They are staying at Hannah’s grandson’s house while Hannnah’s is being renovated and her grandson is out of town. Little does Charlie know but Hannah’s grandson is famous rocker Hudson.
Hudson has been suffering a songwriting block, but Charlie seems to unlock the words and music in his head. He offers to help her get her bakery ready in exchange for her spending time with him so he can write. A tentative friendship evolves, and eventually that morphs into more.
I like that there wasn’t unnecessary drama in this book. There is a little, of course, but not the huge overblown drama for drama’s sake that is so annoying. Every single scene with Hudson and Mira was perfection. Charlie and Monica’s relationship is goals. And Hudson and Charlie together? They are everything. So sweet and passionate.
I can’t wait to read more about these characters! I am hoping Monica and Gabe get a book soon.
rational side of my brain seems to be on a break because all I’m capable of
doing is raking my eyes over Mr. Basketball Shorts. He’s tall with broad
shoulders and the most pronounced abs I’ve ever seen up close. The baseball cap
on his head is turned backward, and he’s currently wiping his face off with
what I assume to be his shirt. That is the only reason he hasn’t seen me yet,
and why I haven’t seen his face yet either. But I’m going out on a limb here
and say it’s probably as gorgeous as the rest of him.
back to his drool-worthy chest, following the beads of sweat that are slowly
running down his torso to the V-shaped lower abs until they disappear into the
pair of shorts that sits low on his hips.
shoots through my body, making my cheeks tingle from the force of it. My brain
uses that moment of distraction to finally kick back in again, reminding me of
the situation at hand.
is standing in my kitchen.
alone in this house.
and funny! This is a rockstar romance that had me SWOONING and LAUGHING!” – Heather, Book And A Blanket Blog
give this book more than five stars I would! SO MANY HAPPY TEARS. This story
had my heart doing somersaults on repeat. Such a fun, sweet, and romantic story
that just makes you feel so incredibly good and happy inside!” – Emily,
and funny and very sweet Baby-Baker-Rockstar-Small-Town-Romance!” – Bianca, BJ’s Book Blog
fun and an easy read with fun-loving characters. I instantly fell in love with
Hudson and the immediate bond he had with Mira. The love story between Hudson
and Charlie is beautiful and just about proves that good things happen to good
people.” – Drippin_inmelanin, Goodreads
butt and call me a biscuit, this was so cute. If you’re looking for something
light to read on a lazy afternoon, this is pretty perfect. It’s just a really
great “make-you-feel-good” kind of book.” – Dylan, Goodreads
a professional lover of books and cake (preferably together) as well as a
fangirl extraordinaire. She loves to read and write kissing books and never
misses a chance to swoon over characters. Originally from Germany, she now
lives in the western US with her husband and three little humans that keep her
busy day and night.