Charming and delightful, like the rest of the series
I try to not be too repetitive, but I can’t find another word that fits this book (this series) other than “charming”.
I love the 60s Doris Day flavour, I love the stories, and with every book my opinion on who Madison should date gets stronger. In this book, the relationships with Hudson and Tex change and get deeper, but not necessarily in the way I was thinking. So I found plenty of surprising twists and was well and truly hooked from the first page.