If you’re looking for a sweet slow burn romance, look no further than A Wedding on Sunshine Corner by Phoebe Mills, which is the second book in The Sunshine Corner series.
The brother’s best friend fused with enemies-to-lovers gave me all the warm fuzzies as Savannah and nemesis/bro
ther’s bff, Noah are pressured into helping plan their brother’s/friend’s wedding together.
I really enjoyed reading through Savannah’s and Noah’s progress at breaking down prejudices they had towards each other and the slow burn was so so good! I also really enjoyed the family dynamics and loved the supporting characters that were enveloped within the story line.
Overall, this was a great and heartwarming book that turned out to be a quick read for me.
Thank you Forever for the gifted copy. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
A delightful small-town romance between a daycare teacher and single dad who must overcome their differences to help plan the ultimate wedding.
They’ve driven each other crazy for years, but were they fighting each other—or the chemistry between them?
As the youngest in her loving, overprotective family, Savannah Lowe has always gone with the flow instead of going out on a limb…until now. Her new job running a preschool requires her to be all in. If only the father of one of her students wasn’t her brother’s incredibly infuriating, impossibly attractive best friend. Savannah has no clue what she ever did to make him dislike her, and now they’re stuck spending even more time together planning her brother’s wedding.
Single father Noah Adams has his hands full between his job as a paramedic and caring for his young daughter. The last thing he needs is a complication like Savannah in his life—a girl he remembers being constantly pampered by her family. But the more he gets to know her, the more he sees how kind and compassionate she really is. Now their long-ignored, off-the-charts chemistry has them on a collision course…with each other.