The family-run Green Mountain Country Store is cherished by locals as a reminder of simpler times. The Abbott children are determined to keep it that way—but their father has different plans…
When Cameron Murphy heads to Vermont to build a website for a new client, she imagines a more relaxing trip than she gets. After wrecking her car by colliding with the town moose, she meets the most handsome hero she’s ever seen. Unfortunately, her savior, Will Abbott, is also the son of her client—and he wants nothing to do with the new website or the city girl creating it.
For all Will cares, Cameron can march her fancy boots right out of town and out of his family’s business. But he can’t seem to get her out of his head. As his family’s dispute heats up, so does the chemistry between the two, leaving them wondering if simple is better after all—especially when it comes to matters of the heart.
Cameron is heading to the middle of nowhere Vermont to pitch a web site to a family business - a job she needs in order to keep her company's doors open. On the way into town she meets Fred - the town Moose. But more importantly, she meets Will - and her life will never be the same. As Cameron fell in love with Will, and the entire Abbott family, so did we. I loved how the family dynamic of the Abbott's was shown - they are a wonderfully loving family. And Will's mom understood how Cameron's reactions were based on her not growing up with a mother. So many romance stories need to introduce strife into the relationship. There was none of that - no hidden secrets, no lies, just complications and struggles that they worked through. I loved how the rest of the family (including the dogs) was introduced and they were enough a part of the story to make us long for more about them. I even think Marie should consider a future novella featuring the dogs and Fred! :). Great first installment of Green Mountain and I can't wait for the next book.Amazon: Amazon Listing
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