"Count on Jill Shalvis for a witty, steamy, unputdownable love story." -- Robyn Carr, New York Times bestselling author of Harvest Moon
THERE'S NOTHING LIKE THE REAL THING
After dropping out of pastry school and messing up her big break on a reality cooking show, Leah Sullivan needs to accomplish something in her life. But when she returns home to Lucky Harbor, she finds herself distracted by her best friend, Jack Harper. In an effort to cheer up Jack's ailing mother, Dee, Leah tells a little fib - that she and Jack are more than just friends. Soon pretending to be hot-and-heavy with this hunky firefighter feels too real to handle . . .
No-strings attachments suit Jack just fine - perfect for keeping the risk of heartbreak away. But as Jack and Leah break every one of their "just friends" rules, he longs to turn their pretend relationship into something permanent. Do best friends know too much about each other to risk falling in love? Or will Jack and Leah discover something new about each other in a little town called Lucky Harbor?
What can I say? I absoutely love reading A Lucky Harbor series so much. We get to see all of the past characters and new characters. There is so much going on that you will definitely not stop reading from page one. I had a feeling that Jack and Leah will be together because they truly did have feeling for each other. The book starts off with explaining why Leah took over her grandmother bakery shop. Leah has enter into a real TV cooking show, however, she does not feel proud of herself for many reasons (I will not spoiler it for you). Jack and Leah has been friends for many years and they did share something before. Jack always have feeling for Leah but never act on it since Leah left him before. They both have trust issue but they definitely overcome because they love each other so much. Also, we get to have some mystery into the novel that it is becoming very interesting. The mystery in the novel is who is the person that are setting the fight. This book is a great read!! I love it so much because I laugh so hard while reading.