Larkin O’Neill refuses to let anything stand in her way. Despite a troubled upbringing, she’s created the life she always wanted, surrounding herself with close friends and opening the bakery of her dreams. But the free-spirited baker is blindsided when she falls hard for the local bad boy. She knows that she should stay away, but the sizzling attraction between them is just too tempting...
Shane’s love 'em and leave 'em ways have left him a persona non grata in Harvest Cove. But when Larkin bursts into his life, the handsome lawyer can't think of anywhere he'd rather be than by her side. She’s the first person in a long time who believes there could be more to him than meets the eye. Now he’s determined to prove to Larkin that he’s worth taking a chance on—and prove to himself that he’s the kind of man she deserves.
Come on Closer was a great book to read over Valentines Day. I wasn't sure that I would like Larkin and Shane together but slowly but surely Shane won me over. I like that they found a way to open up and explore what each of their lives have been and where they stand and find equal ground. I thought the story was a more realistic relationship building involvement and it was something that I enjoyed following along with. Come on Closer was a great read.
Note: I received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley Publishing