AND I LOVE HER by Marie Force Green Mountain series, book 4
As the chief financial officer, Hunter Abbott manages the family’s various business interests while “fixing” things for the people he loves. But the one thing he can’t fix is his undeniable attraction to Megan Kane. Instead, Hunter is prepared to do whatever it takes to show Megan that he’s the man for her.
Megan’s sister rocks her with the news that she and her husband are moving overseas, leaving Megan truly alone. With her sister—and her job at the diner—going away, Megan finds herself leaning on the sexy, button-down accountant who isn’t afraid to lay it all on the line for her. But Megan has watched too many people she loves leave her. Can she risk her heart on Hunter?
MY REVIEW: (originally reviewed March 2015)
Oldest Abbott sibling, Hunter always puts others first. He has had a crush on waitress Megan for as long as he can remember even as she had a long standing crush on his brother Will. When Megan sister tells her she and her husband are selling the diner and moving, Megan finds Hunter is more than willing to offer comfort. Hunter has his work cut out for him as he sets out to convince Megan to take a chance on him while she’s afraid to trust and love. Overcoming Megan’s resistance is also accompanied by his family’s hesitance to this new relationship as Megan has a reputation for being difficult and not very pleasant. It was nice to see Hunter let go of his rigid lifestyle and be spontaneous. As usual with this series, we get a glimpse into the lives of all the Abbotts and I feel this story gave us a better look into their personalities especially Ella’s and Charley’s. We briefly meet some Abbott cousins as well. Will gets to deliver an epic marriage proposal curtesy of Fred the Moose and Hannah has the grand-opening of the Guthrie House. I simply adore the large Abbott family as they look out for each other, bicker, laugh, and make fun of each other all while continuing to stand by each other.
There is a bonus short story – A Day in the Life at the end.