Got It Covered Press
November 4, 2019
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Hating the guy who ruined her confidence would be a lot easier if he wasn’t so freaking sexy.
For Addy, small-town life is just perfect. She’s about to expand her inn with ten new rooms and a petting zoo, and she’s helping the mayor’s son organize his wedding. If only her pet duck would stop escaping all the time, her days would be an absolute breeze.
But then Justin Miller shows up at Addy’s check-in desk. The guy went from small-town stud to lead actor in a popular series, and he’s behaving exactly like the celebrity he is. Smug grins, dimples to die for, and hordes of women chasing him all over town.
Addy has no intention of letting him in her life again—not after what happened in high school. So what if he keeps trying to prove he’s changed? No amount of helicopter rides and intimate outings will change the truth:
Justin Miller is nothing but trouble.
Love to Prove You Wrong is a sweet romantic comedy and the second book in the Old Pine Cove series. All books share the same setting, but each story features a different couple.
Back in high school, Justin Miller constantly teased Addison “Addy” Grant which caused her to have very low self esteem. As an adult, she’s doing very well and even has her own inn. When Justin Miller checks into her inn, she’s not pleased to say the least. The last thing she wants is a reminder of her high school days.
Justin Miller has aged well. He’s handsome and is a very popular celebrity. All the women are chasing him, but he can’t stop thinking of the girl he used to know in high school, Addy.
Addy is quite busy these days. Her inn is hosting a wedding and she’s the wedding planner. It’s not bad enough her duck keeps escaping, but her old nemesis Justin Miller is the best man. To make matters worse, Justin wants to prove he’s no longer the immature kid from high school. Addy wants no part of him, but these two can’t seem to stay apart. The sparks fly whenever they are together.
This is the second book in the Old Pine Cove series, but it absolutely can stand on its own. It has nothing to do with the storyline from the first book except it’s set in the same town and a character or two makes an appearance.
It’s a fun way to spend a weekend. I’m calling this book a great stress-reliever at a time when many of us can use one. The characters are lively, well developed and just so darn cute. This is the perfect escape – the author totally transported me into her world. I’m looking forward to my next visit to Pine Cove.
FTC Disclosure: I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from the author and the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.