Willow by Grace Parks


Release Date: 04.16.2019


Synopsis:

Can a socialite and a technophobe fall in love?

A bubbly personality and a great job in social media didn’t mean that Willow Lawson had it all. Her love life was distant memory and her social life only work related. The maddening demands of life seemed to get in the way of finding time for herself or her friends. 

She starts the Pepper Lane Club as a chance to step away from her busy schedule once a month to reconnect with her friends. 

Thomas Greer, the proprietor of the Pepper Lane Café, annoys her. He’s her complete opposite; unsociable, serious, old-fashioned and dead set against social media. 

Always game for a challenge, Willow decides to take him on as a client. She’s going to prove to Thomas that he needs her help. She knew she would be successful, she just didn’t know she would lose her heart along the way.

Can Willow fall in love with a man that doesn’t respect her profession? Will Thomas let go of his preconceptions long enough to get to know the real Willow? Enjoy this sweet romance as Willow finds love and friendship in the first book in the Pepper Lane Series. 

Review:


I've enjoyed to follow Willow and her girlfriends adventures in this delightful story.

Our heroine,Willow, is very good at doing her job.She helps various business to get enough exposure creating social media pages and new websites but when she isn't working she doesn't feel content with her life,so the boredom is the reason why she decided to found a girls club.

Pepper Lane Cafe is the perfect place to held the monthly dinner of her club because it is lovely, with a great menu and a nice waiter but when she realizes that the place is pretty empty she tries to convince the owner that the cafe needs more exposure.Thomas is wary of technology and all Willow's ideas.
Will they stop bickering and start to work together?You have to read this book to find out.



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