Review: Not So New In Town by Michele Summers

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You can't go back, and you can't stand still...

Lucy Doolan is a marketing genius. She can sell rain to a frog and snow to a polar bear. Newly single and unemployed, she's lured back to her hometown of Harmony, North Carolina to help out her pregnant evil stepsister... only to find former crush heartthrob Brogan Reese has returned too, to open a new business in town. To add insult to injury, he's still hot.

If the thunder don't get you, then the lightning will...

Brogan never noticed Lucy much when they were young, but seventeen people have recommended her to help him. She's got his attention now. With her sweet personality, brilliant imagination, and penchant for doing the completely unpredictable, Brogan is finding a whole lot of excuses to spend his days—and nights—with Lucy.

Michele Summers has done a wonderful job in creating funny yet sweet romance story. Not So New in Town has so many sweet yet funny moments that you will become addicted from the first chapter. The two main character have a past together that it will spark old feelings and emotions. Lucy is intelligent women that she knows how to market something completely unexpected. She had a tough patch that she goes back to her hometown to help her evil stepsister. I kinda felt sorry for Lucy because she can never get a break when it comes with her stepsister. I truly felt that Lucy needed more backbone so she can tell her stepsister off. She gets help from her old crush, Brogan. Brogan has open a new business that he will need the help from Lucy, the market genius. They have hot attraction together but their romance will be a struggle since there will be a lot of complication. It may be struggle for them but I truly think it will test them if they are meant for each other. Reader will feel for Lucy most of the times because she always have bad luck but they will root for her because everyone always hope for a underdog, Good chemistry between characters that it will make the read so much juicer. Four stars


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