* Review * MAYBE WE WON’T by Melissa Foster

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * MAYBE WE WON’T by Melissa FosterMaybe We Won't by Melissa Foster
Series: Silver Harbor #3
Published by Montlake on April 26, 2022
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When workaholic Boston attorney Deirdra de Messiéres is passed over for a well-deserved promotion, she takes a two-month hiatus to show her boss just how much he needs her and heads home to Silver Island. But beyond seeing her sisters happy, home is not where Deirdra’s heart is. She has no interest in their family restaurant, the Bistro, or reliving hurtful childhood memories, and absolutely no interest in spending a single second with Josiah “Jagger” Jones, the Bistro’s too-laid-back musician and chef. Sure, the hippie is hot, but he drives her nuts. The guy lives in a van with his dog, and he can’t even commit to a solid work schedule. To make matters worse, he’s always around. She needs to get off the island, stat.

Jagger has overcome his own personal trials to place stock in life’s pleasures: family, friends, peace…and if he has his way, one positively beautiful, absolutely uptight attorney. Jagger knows he’s the perfect person to help Deirdra deal with her hurtful past and find her way back to being happy.

A chance encounter leads to deep conversation, and night after liberating night, Deirdra lets down her guard. But neither has plans to stay on Silver Island. Free-spirited Jagger has wanderlust, and Deirdra has a career to return to. They’re on different paths, and plans for a future together don’t stand a chance. But when has anything gone according to plan?


OMG, they are too adorable for words! I always love a Melissa Foster couple, but every once in awhile there’s a magical one that tweaks my heart a little harder than normal and Deirdra and Jagger were one of those. Humorous and snarky chemistry, steamy hot passion and such a sweet, gentle love story that kept me devouring every single minute.

Deirdra is a tad different than your typical Foster heroine in that she’s not exactly sweet and open to love. She’s compartmentalized and on the cold side until you get to know the wounded little girl still living in her psyche. It was a joy getting to know her and watching her thrive.

Jagger is the sweetest, and even though he’s not the typical alpha hunk we see in a Foster novel, he carried himself as strong, capable and loving just the same and I adored him.

I highly recommend this book as well as the entire series to anyone who enjoys a smoking hot romance equally balanced with fun and laughter in a friend and family centric setting.


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