Griffin Powell has avoided his hometown since he left it in the rearview years ago. But the former Marine understands duty and promises, and that means dragging himself back home as part of his brother's wedding party. Which gets him thinking about a promise he made to a woman, after the best night of his life. When she, too, shows up as part of the wedding, it feels like a sign.
Always a bridesmaid, professor Samantha Ferguson is dreading this bachelorette weekend. She’s one of the lone single ladies, and the matron of honor is her high school nemesis. Sam figures she can suck it up and deal until she comes face-to-face with the big, sexy ginger mistake from her past. Can this trip home get any worse?
Turns out it can. Not only are she and Griff paired up for all the bridal party bonding activities, forcing her to relive high school hell, but Sam's best friend goes missing. When no one takes her concerns seriously, she starts a search herself--and ends up with an unwanted bodyguard whose very presence reminds her of a hot Vegas night she’s tried hard to forget.
I really enjoyed Come A Little Closer. It was so sweet and I was so glad that Sam gave Griffin another chance. I love the fact he was willing to do anything to make up for the past and how they went on a wild goose chase looking for her friend. Sam thought she was in danger and ended up where they had begun. I was happy that they got the happiness they both wanted and deserved. Even though this is book four, I didn’t feel that the others needed to be read beforehand.
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Kait Nolan is a RITA® Award-winning Mississippi author who calls everyone sugar, honey, or darlin', and can wield a 'Bless your heart' like a Snuggie or a saber, depending on requirements.
She believes in love, laughter, and that tacos are the world's most perfect food.
When she's not writing, reading, working the evil day job, or wrangling family (both the two-legged and the four-), you can find her obsessively watching The Great British Bake Off.
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