Everything at Last (Magnolia Beach #2)
At first sight, Molly Richards knew Magnolia Beach, Alabama, was the perfect place to escape her unhappy life. And though she's proud of the small coffee shop she’s opened, something is missing. But she won’t let herself be burned by love—again.
Veterinarian Tate Harris finds the local dating scene awkward, since he's known most of the eligible ladies his whole life. But he's finding it hard to resist the unassuming charm of the sweet-faced owner of Latte Dah. And when a late-night pet emergency finds Tate at Molly's house, that fascination turns into a potent mutual attraction.
But just as their relationship begins to take off, Molly's haunted past returns. Fortunately, Tate is determined to help Molly fight for the life she's been wishing for.
I have mixed feelings for this book. At some points the pacing, the characters and the plot are great but at others I wasn't sure what to make of it other than Molly and Tate pulled me through the moments it didn't work because Lang has created them as such fantastic characters, and I believed in them as a couple. So regardless of my hesitation over some of the other issues it was the h/h's relationship and their bond that worked for me.
Sometimes when I read books its not the story itself that keeps me interested sometimes its only the cast and this was one of those reads for me.
Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews
Note: I received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley/NAL/Penguin