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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jennifer Probst
Released: June 5, 2018
Series: Stay #1
Published by Montlake Romance
“Start of Something Good is the first book in her new series called Stay, and it is definitely a Start of Something (really) Good. Probst managed to pull at my heartstrings once again with this small-town-meet-city-slicker story”. ~ Under the Covers
Start of Something Good is the first book in her new series called Stay, and it is definitely a Start of Something (really) Good. Probst managed to pull at my heartstrings once again with this small-town-meet-city-slicker story.
Mia’s PR is at a brink of making it big with the company’s new client, mayor of NYC. Unfortunately, there’s a potential disaster in a form of the mayor’s daughter. Long story short, Mia, this city girl, finds herself teen-sitting in a small town while working off site. Well, this little sacrifice will bring her the big break she’s been dreaming of, along with a few things she didn’t expect.
After serving a deadly assignment in the special forces, Ethan is ready to help his sisters take care of their Inn’s stable. LIttle did he know it will come with working with a uptight city slicker he’d rather not interact with. But then again, some things he has no control over including his attraction with Mia.
Love everything about this novel. From the humor, to the quirky characters, small town drama, to the sweet and sexy romance I know Probst novels typically are known for. She even managed to add farm animals with personalities. It’s a light and quick read perfect for the weekend.
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