"A man is not a confirmed bachelor until he is dead."
Leslie Sparks has always wanted to succeed in business. She is on the fast track until her would-be-friend betrays her and gets her sent to a branch in the middle of nowhere. The building is falling apart, there is no computer and stacks of paper instead of filings make for a less than pleasant welcoming. If she can get the branch turned around and profitable, surely she will get a better promotion back in the city. Of course, the cute guy who is her receptionist/repairman might make the next few months bearable. Mark is tired of his aunt and her friends trying to set him up with every female they can find. Perhaps with Leslie he can find a friend - someone to pretend with to get the ladies out of his hair. But what happens when it's no longer pretend?
My Opinion: I really enjoyed this book. Mark and Leslie interact so well together it makes it a pleasure to read. Mark is hardworking and sweet, though occasionally a little dense. Leslie is directed and focused on making her career the success she wants it to be. They are so cute together and have some really nice chemistry. Their conflicts are understandable and so frustratingly fun. I couldn't wait for them to get together! Of course there are some awesome side characters again - especially within the Library Ladies. There are good turns to the story and very natural events. This is a great book.
I received a free copy of this book for review. No other compensation was given. The summary and opinion are 100% my own.