Sarah returns home for her grandmother’s funeral. She’s stunned to learn that she inherited the Bed and Breakfast. She’s an introvert and has no interest in taking over the rundown place. But Sarah knows if she’s going to sell it, she needs to make improvements on it.
Her teenage crush Wes just so happens to work in construction. While she’s not thrilled about it, he does seem like the best option. Wes is now single after his high school sweetheart died from cancer, leaving behind a nine-year-old daughter.
Wes is having a hard time with so many pieces of his life – moving on from Kelly, understanding his daughter, and keeping his business afloat.
The more time they spend together, the more Sarah and Wes feel the pull of attraction.
A LOT LIKE LOVE kicks off the new small coastal town Blue Moon Bayromance series by Jennifer Snow. There are two love stories here – obviously with Sarah and Wes. But the second story is just as important with Sarah and Marrisa. The moments between Wes's daughter and Sarah are equally charming, especially when they team up against Wes. Readers will be eager to return to this town and see more of the characters. The next book in the series stars Sarah’s friend Jessica and takes place during Christmas.
When Sarah Lewis inherits a run-down B&B from her late grandmother, the logical thing to do is sell it and get back to her life in L.A. Introverted and tech-savvy, Sarah understands computer coding and apps, but people…not so much. Small-town life just isn’t for her.
But when she learns that the interested buyer will tear down the B&B to build a high-end luxury resort on the prime real estate in Blue Moon Bay, she feels obligated to her grandmother and the community to restore the place to the landmark tourist destination it once was. Even if doing so means convincing her high school crush to help her restore it instead of buying it out from under her.
Wes Sharrun’s life has continued to unravel since the death of his wife three years ago. Now with a struggling construction company and a young daughter he’s unable to connect with, he sees purchasing the B&B as an opportunity to get back on his feet. But Sarah refuses to sell. With so much on the line, Wes won’t take no for an answer. He just needs to show Sarah that she’s in way over her head…let the battle begin.
When sparks start to fly between them, the sizzling tension heats up in ways neither of them expected. But will their fight over the B&B keep them from what they both truly want?