Street wise and rough around the edges Jules Shaw is no stranger to earning a living through hard work. But when her job as a restaurant manager of Macs diner puts her shoulder to broad shoulder with Blake Fisher she nearly balks. She'd rather dodge and deflect then admit the reason she broke things off, but the catering contract for the carnival means big business for Mac's and feeding people is Jules lifeblood.
As Blake and Jules join reluctant forces they quickly rediscover the spark between them but the possibility of the future together hinges on coming clean about the past, with potentially devastating different backgrounds and learn to love again, ideologues always be outside the lines.
I really loved this book it was awesome. It kept me intrigued the whole time. It is a book thatched very hard to put down. Even though it was not a long book it had many details outlining the story.
One of my favorite parts is when Blake and Jules are planning the carnivals Blake says he wants to do something that his brother Jeremy who passed away would love and Jules suggested a bachelor and bachelorettes auction. I would highly recommend this book.