The Good Ones
Maisy Kelly knew from her great-aunt Eloise’s romance novels what a real hero was when she saw one. Ryder Copeland is a successful architect who is tall, dark and gorgeous. He’s also a single dad who wants only the best for his daughter and it’s obvious she loves him as much as he loves her. He almost seems unreal and he’s shown up just in time to help her convert the Victorian house left to her by Eloise into what she hopes will be a successful romance bookstore.
It’s my first time reading Ms. McKinlay and I have to say that I simply love her author’s voice. Her writing is so infused with humor and warmth that reading her story is like sharing a tale with a beloved friend. Her characters were real people that quickly earn your emotional investment. Her story is everything a romance fan could want with heart-stopping romance, gripping moments of doubt, and an ending that makes you reluctant to put the book down. I loved everything about Maisy and Ryder’s tale and would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys not just a romance but a very well-written story.