★★★★ This is the eighth book in the "Lucky Harbor" series. It was good, had some laugh out loud moments that were great, and I really liked how Jack was a strong character and how he believed in and supported/showed Leah how he saw her and how she should see herself. That said, Leah was a bit weakish for me. Seemed to make the same silly mistakes repeatedly and I was getting a bit bored of watching that happen. (That's what lost a star from me) Still a good book and I am looking forward to Ben and Audrey's Story!!!
Here's the Blurb:
THERE'S NOTHING LIKE THE REAL THING
After dropping out of pastry school and messing up her big break on a reality cooking show, Leah Sullivan needs to accomplish something in her life. But when she returns home to Lucky Harbor, she finds herself distracted by her best friend, Jack Harper. In an effort to cheer up Jack's ailing mother, Dee, Leah tells a little fib - that she and Jack are more than just friends. Soon pretending to be hot-and-heavy with this hunky firefighter feels too real to handle . . .
No-strings attachments suit Jack just fine - perfect for keeping the risk of heartbreak away. But as Jack and Leah break every one of their "just friends" rules, he longs to turn their pretend relationship into something permanent. Do best friends know too much about each other to risk falling in love? Or will Jack and Leah discover something new about each other in a little town called Lucky Harbor?