The latest Green Mountain Romance from the The New York Times bestselling author of It’s Only Love.
Charlotte “Charley” Abbott has gone out with every guy under thirty-five in Butler, Vermont—except for one. Tyler Westcott’s attempts to date her may be determined, and frequent, but Charley can’t stand how he acts like he knows her better than she knows herself. So when Tyler turns up at the running club Charley joined to train for a marathon, she’s almost ready to quit before she even gets started.
Tyler knows that behind Charley’s prickly personality and dismissive attitude is a sweet woman he wants in his life. And when Charley suffers an injury while training, Tyler is ready to prove that the perfect man for her has been right there all along...
Review by: CA Borgford
Ain’t She Sweet is Charley and Tyler’s story and it was a treat to read. Marie Force does romance right. Adding to the experience and setting the tone leading into each chapter with meaningful and well-chosen quotes. Heading back to Green Mountain is a sure bet for an enjoyable, easy, romantic read.
Charley is stubborn, at times abrasive, and a complete catch if someone could convince her to take the risk on a relationship. She holds her cards tight to her chest and takes the theory of it’s not you, it’s me to new highs. Fortunately for Charlotte, Tyler is persistent, capable, and convinced they are meant to be. I really liked Tyler. I found he was equal parts complex and simple. I’ll admit at first I thought he was too good to be true. It was his commitment and honesty that won me over. I always felt I knew where he stood on things and that helped convince me that he had what it took to win Charlotte’s heart.
The Abbott’s are tight-knit bunch with a lot going on. I cherish the interactions and updates with the family. Max’s story continues to pull at my heart, and at times I felt like he and Caden stole my attention. Anticipation is building and I cannot wait for his story. Meanwhile, I’m gearing up for Grayson and Emma. Elmer and Linc are on a roll, as is Marie. Ain’t She Sweet is genuine and romantic.