UNEXPECTEDLY YOU

UNEXPECTEDLY YOU                                LILY SANTANA
Posted: Oct. 6, 2013

Unexpectedly You by Lily Santana Emma LeFleur’s vintage beach home is close to foreclosure. With a business struggling to take off, she has no choice but to turn to her neighbor, sexy and arrogant real estate investor Mitch McKenna—the man whose reputation she’s spent the past six months pulverizing.

Mitch offers her a deal that will save them both: if she’ll convince her neighbors that she’s 100% behind his controversial condo project he’ll save her home. As a prominent leader in the community, Emma’s the only one who can help him salvage the project and keep his employees from getting laid off.

But the chemistry between Emma and Mitch burns surprisingly hot, complicating their deal in a way neither had anticipated. Mitch unearths the long-buried siren within Emma, who’d forgotten how good it is to feel sexy, alive.

As Emma begins to turn public opinion in Mitch’s favor, she’s drawn to him in a way she can’t deny. And Mitch finds himself wanting to prove to Emma that he’s not the player she thinks he is…


MY REVIEW:


  Unexpectedly You was an unexpected surprise.  I did not know what to expect from it.  When I first got it I thought this sounds good but then when I got a lot of other books in my library to review I was oh maybe not as much as this one.  But then I felt guilty, so here I am reading this unexpected surprise and I have to say to the author, I am sorry you did a very nice job.

     Emma LeFleur, 35 years, is a widow who died over a year ago and she can’t seem to get out of her rut.  She has a daughter Sammy who is getting ready to go off to college and a business that is in need of a business loan or she won’t be able to send her off to college.  Her husband Stefan was a very well-liked man that in her small town no one lets her forget.  Not that she wants to but sometimes it is too much to live up to not to mention it is like living in a fish bowl.  Living on the beach is a plus and it’s a home that has been in the family since the forties.  But it is in need of repairs but if you just don’t look it will all be fine.  Until it’s not.  

     Emma dislikes change and a new developer/investor has shown up in town. He wants to build new condos right next door to her.  She has been fighting it for a year and making Mitch McKenna, the 31 year old handsome as hell but not welcomed developer, life a nightmare.  The only good thing with living in this fish bowl is all the support she gets blocking all the permits and things that McKenna needs to get his plans approved.

Until there is a very big snag.

     This frumpy widow who hates mornings and change is confronted with a mountain of financial change that she will need to have help from McKenna.  McKenna will do it only under one condition…

     This book I recommend.  It is a saucy book so get your fan out ladies because these two like to dance around each other and a whole lot of other things.  The bantering that goes on between these two is what makes this book so much fun.  They just seem to get themselves in their own hot water.  A fun read.  Provided by netgalley.com  

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