Sideways by Lisa Hughey

 


Release Date: 07.01.2021





Synopsis:


She’s a political princess and media darling...

There’s no such thing as bad publicity. Yeah, right. Tell that to the PR firm that handles Tracy’s very prominent political family. Pushed by scandal from Boston to the boondocks, now she’s on the other side of the serving tray, dishing up beer and burgers, hoping no one recognizes her. But there’s something very familiar--and maddeningly tempting--about the new caterer at Speakeasy.

He’s a cranky recluse...

Colton was the star of the celebrity chef circuit until he wasn’t anymore. Now he lives in a remote country cabin and spends his time alone, far from the spotlight and liking it that way. Until the gorgeous new waitress at Speakeasy starts poking at his resolve and suddenly all he wants is to see her let down her hair. And spread it all over his pillow. She’s got secrets he knows he won’t like, but he can’t stay away from her.

She lives in the spotlight, and he hates attention. When her public life collides with his private one, can their love write a fairy-tale ending after all?

Review:



Tracy is a socialite from Boston, she finds herself in Vermont without a lot of money after a scandal hit her and she becomes a waitress at the Speakeasy. Colton is a chef who hides in Colebury since he got too overwhelmed from his work. They meet and they hate each other on the spot but it seems like they can't stay away from each other for too long.

I've enjoyed Sideways, it's nicely written and both the main characters were nice and interesting. They are well developed and their hate-love relationship is entertaining.

Tracy and Colton are so different from each other, cheerful the first and grumpy the latter, but they overcome their mutual dislike and easily they become a stable presence in each other lives . I really liked how they help and support each other without being pushy.

I'm looking forward to read more books in this series.




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