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Moonshine and bonfires
Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2018
Oh, my stars, I loved this book!
When Devlin McCallister arrives at his grandmother’s house in Bootleg Springs, disgraced and stunned from a spectacularly imploded career, he wants nothing more than to hide out and lick his wounds. Scarlett Bodine has other plans though. And you don’t say no to Scarlett. And so, begins their friendship. The city lawmaker and the country Jill of all trades.
This has all the elements that Lucy Score does so excellently. Family, witty banter, life long friendships, small town quirky characters, and steamy sexy times. The small town of Bootleg Springs, West Virginia plays a vivid role also. The lake, the springs, the diner, the late night slow dancing around a bonfire. Kicking it up at the bar after a long week of work.
This book features all my favorite things: wonderfully strong and charismatic characters, snappy dialogue, sex, interesting side characters, small town charm, sex, a hint of intrigue, sex, did I say sex? And so many laugh out loud moments! I am excited to see what happens next in Bootleg Springs!