Flora Reviews… Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about No Knight Needed by Stephanie Rowe. The first book in her contemporary romance series, Ever After.
What’s No Knight Needed about?My Rating:
Title: No Knight Needed by Stephanie Rowe
Series: Ever After #1
on 20 November, 2012
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Contemporary, Romantic Comedy
No. of Pages: 285
New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Rowe delivers another winner when small-town matchmakers decide a billionaire is the perfect man for a sassy single mom who is too busy for love.
When single-mom Clare Gray delivers her famous cupcakes to the general store on her way to work, she meets a sexy, out-of-town businessman who is in need of lodging...and match-making locals decide her available-for-rent spare room is the perfect solution.
After becoming a widowed single mom at eighteen, Clare traded her dreams of love to focus on raising her daughter. The last thing she wants is for a man to invade her life, even if he is deliciously tempting and wonderful with her daughter. But when late-night cupcake baking turns intimate, suddenly her heart is at risk once again.
High-powered executive Griffin Friesé is in town on a personal mission, and he has no time for love. But when he moves into Clare's farmhouse, he soon finds that life doesn't always give you what you want… but it might give you exactly what you need.
Gradually, Clare's smile, her passion for life, and her small-town loyalty awaken something inside him, something that makes him yearn for a life, a love, and a family he's never had.
Can a single mom find the love and family she always wanted with a man afraid to open his heart?
NOTE: No Knight Needed is now published as Unexpectedly Mine part of the Birch Crossing series.
Books in the Birch Crossing series:
Formats Available: eBook, Paperback
Stephanie Rowe has a great writing style, I find her books easy to read with a varied cast of characters and a wonderful depth to her main protagonists.
This is “No Knight Needed” Book 1 in the “Ever After” series but you can read it as a stand alone story.