* Review * A LOT LIKE LOVE by Jennifer Snow

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* Review * A LOT LIKE LOVE by Jennifer SnowA Lot Like Love by Jennifer Snow
Series: Blue Moon Bay #1
Published by Entangled: Amara on June 29, 2021
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They have different ideas about the fate of an old inn...until it brings them together.

When Sarah Lewis inherits a run-down B&B from her late grandmother in coastal Blue Moon Bay, the logical thing to do is sell it and focus on her life in L.A. But when she learns that interested buyers will only tear it down in its current state, she feels a sense of obligation to her grandmother to get it back to the landmark tourist destination it once was...even if that means hiring the best contractor for the job, who happens to be her old high school crush.

Wes Sharrun’s life has continued to unravel since the death of his wife three years before. Now with a struggling construction company and a nine-year-old daughter, he sees the B&B as an opportunity to get back on his feet. Unfortunately, despite trying to keep his distance, his daughter has taken a liking to Sarah, and his own feelings are tough to deny.

As they spend more time together painting, exploring a forgotten treasure trove of wine in a basement cellar, and arguing over balcony placement, the more the spark between them ignites. But will saving the B&B be enough to convince them both to take a second chance at love?


Adorably sweet with a side of sass! Jennifer Snow is kicking off her brand new Blue Moon Bay series with a gem of a friends to lovers twist and I loved every minute of it. A LOT LIKE LOVE reconnects these old high school friends with Sarah holding on tight to a long winded grudge against Wes. Endearing characters, equal parts sweet and fiery and well deserved happily ever afters.

Sarah is a self-sufficient , strong-willed character, but when she’s faced with working with her long ago high school crush on a daily basis, her willpower is likely to sag. Throw in his precociously brilliant daughter and she’s definitely a goner!

Wes is a devoted father and an all around good guy. He’s suffered loss and is trying to pick the pieces back up and gain a better future for his family of two, but Sarah is a temptation he never expected.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a small coastal town feel to a cast of close-knit characters and a mystery or two thrown in to boot on that way towards forever.


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