Monday, April 27, 2015

A Match Made on Main Street


Anna Madison has faithfully avoided her old flame for six years, even though their Main Street restaurants are only a few blocks apart. The sting of his rejection was enough to make her swear off dating for good, but when her successful restaurant is damaged in a fire, she's left to the mercy of the one man she's spent years proving she doesn't need...and convincing herself she doesn't want. Mark Hastings can't say he's happy being alone, but at least his heart is safe. Burnt out from running the Briar Creek diner, he's ready for a change. He tells himself he's just being neighborly by letting Anna use his kitchen, but being by her side again stirs up temptations he might not be able to resist a second time around.  

About Olivia Miles:

Having grown up in New England, Olivia Miles attended McGill University in Montreal, Quebec before settling in Chicago where she lives with her husband, their daughter, and two ridiculously pampered pups. When she is not chasing after her little ones, she is hard at work creating feisty heroines and alpha heroes with a heart. A city girl with a fondness for small town charm, Olivia enjoys highlighting both ways of life in her stories.

“Top 5 Favorite songs of all time” 

In no particular order, and very hard to choose, I might add:
1. “Love Story” (Francis Lai)
2. “Think of Me” (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
3. “Someone Like You” (Adele)
4. “Uptown Girl” (Billy Joel - a childhood favorite!)
5. “Sounds of Silence” (Simon & Garfunkel)

Olivia's SM:

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I felt that this was an okay book.  Nothing that rocked my world or had me thinking endlessly about it afterward.  The characters are just fine - nothing swoon worthy in my opinion.  It seemed like an awful lot of build up to an unrealistic immediate happy ever after.  But perhaps sometimes that is just what you need. 
I gave this one a 3 star rating as it wasn't horrible but it was just average.
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