Always a planner, textbook editor Grace Barnum feels prepared for most eventualities. Until the responsibility-challenged Tyler Wilkie show up. In need of a little help, Tyler has warm eyes, a country drawl, and a smile that makes Grace drop things. And worst of all he writes devastatingly beautiful songs. About her.
Tyler reaches something in Grace, something she needs, but can't admit to - will she learn to let go and let love grow?
I'm not generally one for romance novels; I'm by no means a sap. Yet I had a really hard time putting this book down.
The characters drew me in and kept me hooked. Grace frustrated me so many times, but Tyler's puppy dog persistence more than made up for it.
It was really well written, and I found myself aww-ing often. But it was fairly predictable and formulaic - but hey, that's the genre for ya.
For all you romantics out there, this book is definitely for you.