After a series of personal and professional setbacks, interior designer Evie Glass has lost faith in herself and the world. The last thing she needs is her loud, boisterous family poking their noses in her business, so that’s why she avoids opening up about anything—especially her love life—during their weekly dinners. Thankfully, her bestie and next-door neighbor, Matilda, always has her back.
When Evie is asked to cat-sit Matilda’s beloved rescue, she’s not thrilled at the prospect. One well-meaning mistake later and a distraught Evie is rushing her furry charge to the ER where she meets and is instantly smitten with Fletcher West, a charming veterinarian who seems to return her interest. That is until they both realize they’ve met before—ten years ago when he was dating her temperamental cousin. Fletch’s break-up with Bee put him at the top of her family’s hit list and makes him the last person Evie should be dating.
In addition to navigating a secret romance with Fletch, Evie must also deal with a demanding new job, an eccentric client from her former life, and an ex who’s suddenly blowing up her phone. She convinces herself she’s got it all under control, but what is Evie going to do when things start falling apart and she learns she’s not the only one keeping secrets?
One thing’s for sure…
Eventually Evie’s got to take a chance—on love, on life, and on herself.
What a great book. It
had everything I needed to make it a new favorite. Fun and witty dialogue, quirky characters,
family drama, a love interest and of course cats.
Evie Glass has been struggling lately with her profession
and love life. But when her best friend
asks her to pet-sit her cat, Messi, and Messi ends up sick and needing
emergency veterinary care, Evie finds herself crushing on the hot vet. The only problem is, this hot vet just
happens to be her cousin’s ex, Fletcher West, who Evie’s entire family
I couldn’t put this book down. From the beginning to the very end, I enjoyed every bit of it. The author has a way of bringing the characters to life and adding a great sense of humor to them and making the story one that I won’t forget any time soon. I didn’t want this book to end. I will definitely be picking up more of her books in the future.