Series: Lake Bliss #2
Published by Entangled: Bliss on April 14, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Player Falls in Love, Second Chance Romance, Small Town Romance
Character(s): Bad Boys
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Hot man for hire...
Rachel Clarke is a single mom with three boys, and she needs help. Now. Unfortunately, her only option is John MacDonald-her high school sweetheart and the disgraced hometown hero who's just returned to Lake Bliss. He's perfect for the job. He cooks, he cleans, and he's amazing with kids. He's also still far too sinfully hot for Rachel's comfort...
Rachel is just as gorgeous as John remembers. But in order for his new youth activity center to be a success, John needs Rachel's help to earn the town's trust back. In exchange, he'll take care of her boys for the summer while she works. Except keeping their relationship strictly business is harder than he imagined. But summer can't last forever, and when it ends, so will their arrangement-and John's time in Lake Bliss.
Erin: A single mom of three boys that turns to her former high school sweetheart, now town bad boy for help was a premise I just could resist. Luckily for me, Jenna Rutland’s Just for Appearances lived up to my expectations. It’s the second book in her Lake Bliss series and it was even better than the first one. Lots of sexual tension, a good plot, and a fast pace made this quite enjoyable.
Rachel Clarke needs help. As a single mom, she needs someone to watch and take care of her kids over the summer. John MacDonald has returned to Lake Bliss, disgraced and in need of an image makeover, agrees to watch her boys hoping it will help repair the damage and keep his youth activity center open. An agreement to keep things strictly professional goes by the wayside as soon as these two realize their feelings for one another have never really faded. There’s a lot of back and forth between these two that lent itself to much tension, both sexual and otherwise. Rachel and John are so comfortable with one another, it’s no wonder their love blossoms.
Check out Just for Appearances. It’s a sweet, comfort read that shows why getting there is half the fun!