Monday, December 14, 2020

Review for Meet You Under the Stars (A Morgan's Grove Novel #2) by Traci Borum


Meet You Under the Stars (A Morgan's Grove Novel #2) by Traci Borum 


Kindle Edition, 236 pages

Published December 1st 2020 by Red Adept Publishing LLC


Chaynie Mayfield is the absolute last person who should be heading up the Morgan’s Grove library Valentine’s event. Ever since her boyfriend dumped her last year—on Valentine’s Day—she’s had a hard time believing in love.

When Greg Peterson, handsome architect and former schoolmate, is commissioned to oversee the library’s renovations, Chaynie’s spirits are instantly lifted. Greg helps her brainstorm, and they create an “Under the Stars” theme that promises to deliver a magical night for the entire town.

The longer Chaynie and Greg work together on the romantic project, the deeper their attraction grows. But when her dream job comes calling, Chaynie must decide whether her future aspirations are worth the price of leaving a town, a family, a library she adores, and a love she’s not sure she can live without. 


My Thoughts…

This book has everything I love.   The small town setting with a library as the main setting is perfect.   The characters are sweet and relatable.   Chaynie is looking to move up in the library world and leave Morgan’s Grove.   Greg has just come back home and is looking to set up roots.   The first time these two meet each other there is a subtle attraction, a small spark, and a wonder if this could lead to more. 

Chaynie has decisions to make about her future but first needs to wow Morgan’s Grove with a Valentine’s Day event sponsored by the library.    Being turned off on Valentine’s day, she struggles to come up with any ideas.   Greg steps up with an idea and then helps Chaynie execute the perfect town Valentine’s Day event.  

Meet You Under the Stars is a clean, cozy, fun read.   There is glimpses of romance but it is more of a family, friend, community read. 

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