Now that her brother's best friend has moved back to their quirky small town, will this shy librarian finally find love with her childhood crush?
I really shouldn't complain. Dream job as a librarian in my hometown? Check. Awesome family? Check. Great group of friends and coworkers? Check. Adorable dog who's my absolute world? Check.
Then a patron comes in to file a complaint that a book I purchased for our library is filth her child should never have read. Ugh. And she's going to the board. Double ugh. And she's taking to social media to smear our name. Ugh. Ugh. Ugh.
So of course, I head to my brother's brewery to debrief about my nightmare day and am knocked even farther off kilter when in walks my brother's best friend, Maxwell Harp. Just as tall, luscious, and dreamy as ever. And far out of my league.
No matter. Max doesn't live here anymore and isn't interested even if he did.
My eyes found Emma the minute I walked into my best friend's brewery after roughly ten years away. I've known the Sullivans since my grandparents took me in when I was eight, twenty-four years ago. I also knew Emma had a crush on me for most of those years, but I wasn't in a position to do anything about it before.
I am now. I'm back, I have the job I've always wanted, and I'm ready for more.
I just hope Emma is too.