Jami Carlisle is back from college and ready to start her job as a journalist. Her first assignment is about the McAllister Estate next door to her own house. She is met with resistance from the new owner, grandson Grant. Will Jami’s dream of a prince charming ever come true and why does Grant fill her thoughts so frequently?
Grant McAllister wants nothing to do with the estate of grandparents that wanted nothing to do with him during their life. He also doesn’t want to deal with the pesky news reporter who is sure to put her own spin on things and cast him in a bad light. Why does he feel more at peace in the nature of Murphy than he has felt in a long time? Does it have to do with Jami?
I enjoyed reading Jami and Grant’s story. They both grew throughout the story and there was a spiritual thread that was woven through as well. After the crisis that threatened Jami and Grant’s relationship, I figured there must be another one coming as there was still over an hour and a half left in the book. As certain events played out, I found myself wanting to yell at Jami to not do what she was doing as I knew what it would lead to and I was right. There were minor side plots going on through the story and I was glad to see how those played out as well. Jami's friends were supportive and kind and Bernie was a hoot. It was fun to see what was going to happen.
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