He thinks she’s a spoiled, rich airhead. She thinks he’s a crabby, hunky construction worker.
Daisy’s bumped around from place to place, but Gramps is building her a house, so maybe she’ll call Connor’s Grove home for a while. She’s got a lot of shoes and a lot of abandoned careers that didn’t stick. Even though she plays the spoiled rich girl well, Gramps believes in her and knows she’s much more than just a pretty face.
Jacob’s back in his hometown after being laid off from his big city advertising job. He’s doing the construction gig for a while to help his brother. He has no time for the rich girl who’s become a thorn in his side on the building project. But when he looks below the surface, he discovers that Daisy’s much more than she appears.
Book 3 in the Connor Brothers series of small-town, clean and wholesome romances. Fans of Hallmark movies and romantic comedies filled with lots of swoon worthy romance, will love this delightful, hilarious third book in the series.