Gwen Marsh has been elected mayor of the beautiful Colorado town of Cambria. Her life is right on track. She has the job she has dreamed of for years, and an amazing and handsome boyfriend. So why does she feel so exhausted and irritable?
When things at work become exceedingly difficult, due in part to the efforts of a co-worker, and her boyfriend, Jason, decides to take a new job that requires a lot of traveling, she finds herself becoming even more frustrated. When an unexpected turn of events throws Gwen on a whirlpool of emotions, she is forced to concede that not everything goes according to our plans.
I highly enjoyed this second installment in the Cambria series by Amy Rivers.
The plot line is very interesting and realistic. I was happy to find that, though the main character is a politician, this book does not attempt to sway readers on political issues. When politics are breached it is more generalized.
I was also happy to see Val and John, the two main characters from the first novel, return, especially since Gwen was present in the first novel. Seeing all of the characters together again was great.
I also enjoyed watching as the characters dealt with realistic problems both at their work places and in their everyday life.
I also enjoyed that this was a clean romance. I like romances but my favorite ones are the ones that focus more on the nonsexual aspects of the relationships. I believe this is because there is so much more to a real relationship.
I would recommend this novel to anyone looking for a good, clean romance novel, and/or anyone who read book one, “Wallflower Blooming.”
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