Set the Night on Fire
Cottonbloom is the perfect place for starting over, finding your way back home--and falling head over heels. . .
Ella Boudreaux has a lot to prove to her family, friends, and foes--and to herself. So when her marriage ends she decides to invest her energy and money into a place that brings back some of Ella's happiest memories: the Abbott brothers' garage. Maybe, if she puts her mind to it, she can teach skeptical, stubborn Mack Abbott how to make the business a true success. Which would be a lot easier if the hunky mechanic didn't make her motor run quite so fast...and hot.
Mack was furious when his brother, Ford, sold his share of the business. He's in no rush to team up with a wealthy divorcee who shows up to the garage in stilettos--and the longest, sexiest legs he's seen in forever. But Ella's grit and determination won't quit...and soon Mack can see that she's been down a few rough roads herself. Neither Mack nor Ella can deny the fierce attraction that's revving up between them. Could it be that true love has been in the backseat all along...and they've finally found the key?
Ella is my type of woman. She had sass and was not afraid to get her hands dirty. When I first met Mack, I had mixed feelings about him. He was rude to Ella but at the same time it was hard to stay mad at Mack when he did show that he had a soft side to him.
There is certainly chemistry between Ella and Mack. Yet, they did not start anything too fast. They kind of took it slowly at first. However, when they did finally make the leap to more than just friends, there were sparks flying.
This is a sweet and enjoyable read. A nice pace with a good storyline and nice characters. A good summer read.