In New York Times bestselling author Rachel Gibson's newest novella, Vince Haven and Sadie Hollowell are headed to the altar, and all their friends are headed to Lovett, Texas, to join them for the party of the year.
But Becca Ramsey doesn't have time for all that. Fresh out of beauty school, Becca's all business … and the last thing she needs is bad boy Nate Parrish anywhere in her life.
In the past, Nate was trouble. He's been trying to repair his reputation—heck, he's even got just one girlfriend. The problem is, she isn't Becca. Now Nate's in a whole lot of hot water. He needs to get Becca from "I won't" to "I do" … but how can he do that when she won't even say "I might"?
This novella was short and sweet. It was also a great way to catch up on the characters that you may have read from the other books. I haven’t read any of the other books from the Lovett, Texas series but this was also a great way to get introduced to the world and it’s characters.
The story opens with Becca getting ready to meet Sadie to plan her wedding hair. Becca always seems to pick the wrong men. She goes after the ones that like to cheat on her. So when she sees Nate she tries to run in the opposite direction. When Nate asks her to the lake she agrees only to be left even more confused than before. Nate has managed to get himself a bad reputation but now he’s trying to change all of that. He now has a steady girlfriend and a job he loves. The day he meets Becca she turns his world upside down. He doesn’t know why but he has to know her, even if he shouldn’t.
Becca and Nate’s little novella is short and sweet. We also get POV’s from previous characters and we get Sadie and Vince’s wedding. If you follow Rachel Gibson and her Lovett, Texas series this novella will be perfect for you. You get to catch up with all of the characters plus you get Becca’s love story. I would recommend reading the series before this though. Even though I didn’t and enjoyed it, I think it would have been better if I knew and cared about the characters. The writing and pace was something that I liked and a reason to pick up more of Rachel’s books!
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