One of These Nights

One of These Nights: The Harvest Cove Series - Kendra Leigh Castle

One of These Nights (Harvest Cove #3)by Kendra Leigh Castle

Moving to Harvest Cove has been like a dream come true for Zoe Watson, providing her with a job she loves and close friends she considers practically family. The only problem: a certain prickly—albeit handsome—park ranger who can’t seem to help tracking mud into her art gallery…or showing up in her dreams.
Jason Evans swore off relationships the day his ex-wife walked out the door, and the local gallery owner is no exception. But when an accident forces him to accept the one thing he hates most in the world—help—he discovers that with Zoe in his life, there are more highs than lows. Despite their long-simmering attraction, neither Jason nor Zoe thinks that two people with so little in common could possibly have a future together. But one of these nights, they may just discover how alike they are.

My Review:
One of These Nights didn't turn out to be one of my favorites but it was still a cute story. Although Jason didn't turn out to be the same person I expected him to be from previous moments with him, I felt sorry for him because I could understand why he was the way he was in this installment. His mother ... holy lord his mother... is exactly like someone I know - only not quite as worse as she is, so I can totally get how that kind of thing can cause a lot of damage to a persons sense of self.
I liked Zoe, I thought she was a really sweet person and I enjoyed her sort of care taker/ friend/ partner in crime as they went about the whole relationship sham.
Although we have a tad bit of interaction to build on its not really enough to qualify a serious relationship but we have to have a happy ending because its romance, otherwise I'd totally call it as a fling thing that wouldn't last six months if it were in the real world.
The over all book dragged out a bit but it was a nice slow enjoyable read. Not quite a five star book but still good.

My Rating:
4 Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley