One Last Dance (Oak Grove Series book 2) by Nancy Stopper
Version: Kindle Edition
250 pages | Pub Date: 01 June 2017 | Anderby Lane Publishing
When the only girl Joey Bennett ever loved stole his heart and sped off to the city lights, he swore he’d never again surrender his heart or be measured by someone’s big city ideals. Love is for chumps. Trust is only given to family and locals who care about him for who he is, and what he isn’t. But when a beautiful stranger dances into his bar, he takes up the challenge to prove that his hometown is different.
Brittany Carlson hates small towns after growing up where the old boy’s network turned a blind eye to her father’s abuse, destroying her mother’s life… and her own. She left that hell in the rear-view mirror the minute she turned eighteen. New York City is her new hometown where her neighbors are friends and everyone looks out for each other. They keep her safe. But a weekend visit to Oak Grove and one dance with a sexy local threatens to change… everything.
Joey is not like any guy she’s ever met. And she likes that. Long nights stoke Joey and Brittany’s desire to stay together, but reality is different when exposed to the harsh light of day. If Brittany goes back to New York, she’ll be heartbroken. But she promised herself long ago that she wouldn’t ever again live her life looking over her shoulder, wondering what secrets people are hiding and what ugliness lurks in the shadows with no one there to help.
Can she take the small town out of Joey, or can the love of a good man become her new home?
This ARC was received via the Author in exchange for an honest review
This is the second in the Oak Grove Series and centres on Joey Bennett who owns the Bar and Restaurant, after having his heart broken six years ago, he is no longer interested in having a relationship just one night stands but when he sees Brittany who is visiting her friend from New York he is instantl attracted to her, but one problem, she lives in New York and because of his past relationship it is hard for him to be with anyone. But when Karen pushes them together, they get to nknow more about each other and Joey finds that Brittany had a really bad childhood, which she finds hard to be in small towns for.
But this doesn’t stop the growing love for each other and they can make it work.
This was a great read by Nancy Stopper and I can’t wait to read the next installment
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