The Goodbye Guy (The Men of Lakeside #3)

THE GOODBYE GUY                                       NATASHA MOORE

Rachel Bradford is finally living her dream as the star of her own interior design show. But ratings are slipping, and if she wants to save the show, she has to set an episode in the hometown she fled. Worst of all, she’s going to have to work with the cocky bad boy who humiliated her.

Single dad, Beckett Colburn plans to turn an old fire station into a neighborhood bar. He’s blindsided when he discovers his family made a deal to turn his dream into a reality TV project. He’d rather run into a burning building than work with his childhood nemesis--on camera.

But it’s not easy with a TV crew in town stirring up trouble, spreading rumors, creating a buzz. Not to mention the inconvenient sudden attraction that sparks every time Rachel and Beckett fight.

PAT'S REVIEW


Rachel Bradford has her own home decorating T.V. show but her contract is up for renewal and her producer is telling her that her ratings are dropping. In order to come up with new and improved ideas, he and the network have agreed for her to take on a project in a town named Lakeside, which also is her home town one that she has not been back to since graduating high school. She does not want to go back but does because of her show.
Beckett Colburn is a single father and is not only shocked when he finds out that his brother the mayor has agreed to the home improvement show coming to their town but that his family agrees with him that this will help get the bar up and running sooner. He thinks that no one in his family has faith in him to get the job done. He is also pissed that Rachel is the one doing it for all she likes is yellow and flowers.
Once they both meet, she is surprised to find out that he is a father, he is now upset that his daughter likes her of course. Both of them are dealing with issues from the past. Each about their families and how they feel they are looked at and also, she still has issues about things he said about her during high school which really were not nice. She also is dealing with other issues and she finds out that the friends she was truly her friends.
The story moves along with arguments and make out secessions he still not wanting to give up control of the design of the bar. He still being a jerk at times. She still has issues with self-worth, especially around her parents. Then you have the so-called producer who keeps doing things that seem to be only causing havoc. There are moments where it is funny and you do end up at the end with a good story and some surprises. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com


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