It looks like Jo Noelle is embarking on a new series and I can't wait to meet more of the people in Peak City.
This is a quick read but there's nice development and conflict between the characters to get enough of the experience of a full length novel.
I really liked Elena and Chase. They seemed like people I'd like to hang out with.
My only bit of disappointment was due to the abrupt ending. I wanted just a few pages more to satisfy me, but the author knows best how to write their book.
Really like the cover.
He's a country star trying to lay low. She's a pawn shop owner struggling to get by. Can their relationship last when she learns his secret?
As a member of a top country-western band, Chase has the money and fame he's always wanted. When he meets the beautiful woman who owns Treasure Mountain Pawn, he has to hide both of those things from the one person he wants to know everything about him.
When Elena sees Chase for the first time, his turquoise eyes and tousled brown hair convince her that she might believe in insta-love. Just in time, her brain takes over, reminding her that her business is in trouble, making her future uncertain—not a good time for love.