Sinopse :He’s just what she needs… Single mom Jade Moran isn’t ready for any big changes in either her horrible ’70s kitchen or her romantic life. Her ex did a number on her, and she isn’t interested in getting hurt again. But when she meets a super-hot contractor, she wonders if avocado appliances are on the way out and romance is on the way in. Max Gianopoulis doesn’t have a clue why he’s so enchanted by Jade. She’s almost as big a mess as her kitchen, and he’s a guy who likes to keep things simple. But Jade has turned up the flirty heat – and he can’t keep his hands off her. With everything moving too fast and coming too easy, Jade’s insecurities kick into high gear. She’s not sure she can trust another man again – and she definitely doesn’t believe in happily ever afters.
This is one of the most amazing books I have ever read.I definitely did not expect a fun and at the same time book with a sexy hint. Plot was good and it was well-written. Jade, after suffering a disillusionment with her ex husband, decided not to get involved again.She just did not count with her daughter. Evie.
Jade agrees to let Max remodel her 70’s kitchen after her daughter Evie uses a “yes” to throw them together. Max is very attracted to Jade and lets her know it and not that she isn’t attracted to him. But at the same time still have to fight past traumas, a very light way, and fun. Olivro follows a delicious plot to which you cling to the characters wondering the next step.
This is one of those books to stay near the bedside, the soundtrack is with Meghan trainor. All about that bass.