Maddie Mason isn’t desperate. She’s simply tired of waiting for the universe to deliver her Mr. Perfect. So she’s turning to the dating website she created, MisterGoodEnough.com, to finally find her future.
Online matchmaking is perfect for Maddie, because:
A) History has proven she’s a poor judge of decent husband material.
B) The dating pool in her crumbling little hometown is all but dried up.
C) She wants babies.
Trent Sawyer is not Mr. Good Enough material, because:
A) Twelve years ago, he stomped the stuffing out of Maddie’s naïve little teenage heart.
B) The man might look good in a tool belt, but she’s sure he’s up to something nefarious.
C) He doesn’t want kids. Ever.
But if Maddie were to fall for a guy like Trent, it would only be because:
A) When he apologizes, he apologizes big.
B) He’s fixing their little farm town, one dilapidated home at a time.
C) Her world is a brighter place with him in it.
So should Maddie:
A) Go for Mr. Second Best and the family she’s always wanted?
B) Take her Mr. Almost Perfect without the babies she craves?
Either way, there’s nothing simple about settling for Mr. Good Enough.
I really enjoyed this sweet, heartwarming romance. Maddie is a spunky, single girl living in the small town she was born in. She is really starting to hear the alarm of her biological clock. She desperately wants to find a husband and start a family. She feels like she will never find her Mr. Perfect, so she decides to settle for Mr. Good Enough by using her matchmaking website she created with her friend. However, her plans hit a bump when her high school crush, Trent, returns to town. She always had feelings for him, but he wasn’t nice to her in school. But, Maddie has grown up, and Trent quickly notices the change, and sparks fly. Maddie soon finds out that Trent doesn’t necessarily want the same future she does, namely, children. She had a wonderful, loving childhood while Trent didn’t. Could Trent be her Mr. Perfect, or will their differences keep them apart?
This was such a sweet romance with really likeable, quirky characters. I loved Maddie’s parents and many of the townspeople. They made me want to be a part of their town. There is so much happening between the pages of this book, secrets, love, and wonderful family relationships. Farrell has a great way of mixing humor and heartache, and that is what makes this book so unforgettable. If you like your romance sweet with a bit of spice, try this one today!
**ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review**
Jamie Farrell writes fun contemporary romances with quirky characters and lots of heart. She believes love and laughter are two of the most powerful forces in the universe, and she infuses both into all of her stories. Her debut novel, Southern Fried Blues, was a finalist for the 2013 National Readers’ Choice Awards and the 2014 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Awards.
A native Midwesterner, Jamie has lived in the South the majority of her adult life. When she’s not writing, she and her military hero husband are busy raising three hilariously unpredictable children.
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