Thursday, August 17, 2017

McBride Moxy Book Review

The Perfect Hope by Nora Roberts

Ryder Montgomery is the oldest and probably most ornery of the brothers.  He’s rough and unpolished, but a hard worker.  He likes getting his hands dirty and is not afraid to throw a punch if the occasion calls for it.  He’d proud of the work they’ve done to get Inn Boonsboro back on the map, but is not sure the new manager is right for this job.

Hope Beaumont is Avery’s college friend and is ready to relocate.  The manager job for the Inn Boonsboro opens up and she can’t resist the opportunity to get away from the D.C. hotel she’s been managing even though she’s uncertain after meeting with the Montgomery brothers, especially Ryder.  Still she is herded into the job by Justine Montgomery and moves in.

The two are like vinegar and water, and I love their interactions—possibly because it’s kind of like my own love life—but that’s not the point.  Anyway, it’s sweet how he stands up for her when a man from the past makes an appearance, and how she tries to tame him a bit.

Again, I love the family and how they deal with things.  I love how the brothers deal with each other as well and the strong bond between them.  Add in the strong-willed, determined women and you have an entertaining read for all three books.

It gets a 10+ on the McBride Moxy Meter

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