Date Read: May 3, 2021
Published: May 4, 2021
When a NYC baker’s grandfather dies, she inherits his house in a Pennsylvanian small town. Crushed by his absence and the new responsibility bestowed upon her, Cheyenne has a choice to make. In order to fulfill her grandfather’s wishes, she has to leave the life she knows in New York, along with her thriving business, and make a new life for herself in the small town where she spent her childhood summers. On top of her grief, it all seems like too much to bear—that is, until she’s acquainted with the handsome maintenance man in charge of the house’s upkeep.
The momentum from K.T.’s first book definitely carried over into book 2. I was really looking forward to this story, because the first was so beautifully written. Book 2 didn’t disappointment. I loved Cheyenne’s story. The story centered around starting new chapters in your life, navigating grief, second chances, and embracing change. It was such a sweet story and it was well written. And I’ve never lived in one, but I’ve always been a sucker for small town living and all the quirks that come with it. We got plenty of those quirks with this one.
*I received an ARC of this title from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review*