Wondering what's been going on in Magnolia Sound? New York Times bestselling author Samantha Chase is taking you back to your favorite small town with NOBODY DOES IT BETTER! Get your copy now and find out what happens when the hometown girl goes toe to toe with the sexy billionaire who wants to change everything she loves about her home.
About NOBODY DOES IT BETTER
A billionaire hell bent on transforming a sleepy coastal town. The hometown girl determined to do whatever it takes to stop him.
Peyton Bishop has big plans and big dreams when it comes to leaving her mark on Magnolia Sound. Her great-grandfather founded the coastal town and every generation before her has left their stamp. Now it’s her turn. But just as she takes the leap and makes plans to build her own restaurant, a sexy business mogul buys her dream property right from under her.
Ryder Ashford knows a good thing when he sees it, and he knows he’s found a gem with Magnolia Sound. He just needs to get the small town up to his standards first. He’s received nothing but praise from the locals so far, but that’s about to change because the bratty and beautiful café owner whose property he just snatched isn’t shy about calling him out on his plans. He should be annoyed she’s getting in his way, but he enjoys their verbal sparring too much.
Ryder’s a man who goes after what he wants, and what he wants is the best. He never thought that would turn out to be the one woman standing between him and his dreams.
My Thoughts: I am a fan of
Magnolia Sound. Each character respects
their elders, even when they do not necessarily earn it. They are working to keep their hometown
successful and as it is. They put
family first. This is Peyton Bishop and
Ryder Ashford’s story.
I loved how
opposite they seemed while having more in common than first seemed. Ryder is the successful, rich, privileged
man while Peyton owns a family café, works hard, and has an amazing
family. Together they are perfect for
each other and not as different as they first appear. Ryder pushes Peyton’s buttons, mostly
unintentionally, while Peyton calls Ryder out when he acts like the privileged
Nobody Does It
Better is part of a series and this is the ninth book. I love that each book is standalone but
the characters from past books do make an appearance. I liked catching up with some of my past
favorites while also getting to know two new characters. I look forward to more of this series.