Rian Sutter doesn’t usually get hit on in the grocery store, but when she notices a sexy man in a suit checking her out, she thinks maybe it’s her lucky day. Either that or the suit has a thing for sweaty, yoga-pant wearing women with excellent price matching skills.
Turns out it’s neither.
Pierce Whitfield can’t believe his luck when he’s able to track down the woman who scratched up the paint job on his car at the scene of the crime. But when he confronts the hit and run hottie, he discovers there’s not just one, but two of them, and he’s been throwing accusations at the wrong twin.
As repair costs are negotiated, and the chemistry between them flares, Rian and Pierce find out they have more than mutual attraction in common. They’re both vying for the same pieces of prime real estate in The Hamptons and neither one plans to give up without a fight.
Can these passionate rivals turn up the heat on their budding romance—without burning down the house?
I enjoy Helena Hunting. I have since I first read "Pucked". She tells a wonderfully quirky story that focuses on characters and their personalities, their quirks and the things that make them different.
Rian and Parker meet in a grocery store over Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Although, Pierce is convinved they have met before and that she is the one responsible for the damage to his Tesla.
She's not. her twin sister, however, is absolutely responsible.
There's an immediate attraction. It's acted upon, and then it isn't, and then they act on it...and then, yet again, fate steps in and puts them in one another's path, again.
You like both of them, Rian is quirky. She wants to be her own person, and she wants to pay her own way without it seeming like she is relying on anyone for anything. Pierce wants to be appreciated, and needed. So, there are some things they need to work out. It's a lot of fun hanging out with them while they figure it out.
If you have read Helena before, this book is a little different. I don't know if this is because this is traditionally published, or if her style is changing...but this one had the quirky characters, but it never felt over the top.
I enjoyed this title and I recommend it.
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