I received a copy of this book from ATOMR Promotions in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s blog tour promotions.

This isn’t my first book from Beck Anderson, so I can maybe say I already know a little of what to expect. I was right, though. All in all, this book is an enjoyable read with great characters who are so easy to relate to. The plot is great as well. The conflicts were realistic, not too unreal, not too lame either.

Lots of this about this book were sweet and heart warming. I love the fact that the author successfully creates these characters that any reader can relate to. They all sound like real people you meet everyday. They weren’t written in a way that makes them sound larger than life.

This book is perfect for romance readers who don’t like reading too much steam into their escapism. Personally, I love steamy scenes, the dirtier, the more enjoyable they are for me. However, Beck Anderson writes so well that even if there aren’t any dirty scenes in her books, she manages to hook me in and give me a great time.



Beck Anderson believes in the power of perfectly imperfect women and in the healing power of love. Her first novel, Fix You, grew out of those beliefs and the time to write afforded by the worst Thanksgiving blizzard she’s ever witnessed in West Yellowstone.

Beck balances (clumsily at best) writing novels and screenplays, working full-time as an educator, mothering two pre-teen males, loving one post-40 husband, and making time to walk the foothills of Boise, Idaho, with Stefano DiMera Delfino Anderson, the suavest Chihuahua north of the border.


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