Blurred Lines (Redemption 6)
There was absolutely no way she was falling for her neighbor. No matter how gorgeous he was.
Aurora Keller thought she’d lucked out when she decided to put down roots in Redemption, Tennessee. She had a new business, new friends, and a picture-perfect little house. There was just one problem, and it came in the form of her six-foot-three tattooed, muscle-bound neighbor from hell, who just so happened to be her best friend’s future brother-in-law. It really wasn’t fair that Satan’s offspring was so nice to look at.
Callum Morrison wasn’t a good man. Or at least that was what he’d convinced himself. After a series of bad decisions that had resulted in the worst years of his life, all he was looking for was peace and quiet. Too bad he bought a house right next door to the one woman he wanted but could neverhave. That was enough to make any man grumpy.
What had started as a war against two neighbors turned into something so much more.
And if they aren’t careful, the fallout could destroy them both.
Review – A perfect small-town romance
The queen of small-town romance did it again! The author of not one, but two of my favorite series.
Blurred Lines is book six in the Redemption series, and I loved being back there.
Ever since Callum was introduced in Guilty Pleasure, I hoped he would get a book. And it’s so perfect that he ends up being Auroras annoying neighbor. It’s definitely not love at first sight, but the chemistry is off the charts, and we get some truly hilarious moments. But that doesn’t mean that it’s smooth sailing.
I loved the two of them together, I loved that we got to catch up with friends and family – I just plain loved this story. I can’t wait to see what’s next in this series, and I’m kinda hoping Pope gets a book at some point.