Saturday, November 10, 2018

No One Like You by Heather McGovern


In the quaint mountain town of Windamere, North Carolina, the three Sargent sisters are determined to make their hotel and winery, Chateau Jolie, a success. And one by one, they’re finding that nothing pairs better with new beginnings than unexpected love…

The downside of living in a charming small town is that it’s impossible for Brooke Sargent to avoid anyone. Especially someone as big, handsome, and friendly as Trevor Bradley. At his brother’s wedding, they flirted and danced… before Brooke recalled that she’s not ready to trust any man after her divorce, let alone one who’s the competition. Her family’s struggling chateau is planning to host the local senior prom—without the Bradley family’s renowned Honeywilde Inn muscling in and stealing the glory.

Trevor has thought of no one else since the night he and Brooke connected. Even though she shot him down—hard—he’s seen the warmth beneath her guarded facade. Working together, they could give the high school students a spectacular prom. Navigating the rough terrain of Brooke’s business, while proving himself to his own siblings, won’t be easy. But Trevor loves a challenge—especially one that could win him the woman he can’t stop wanting...

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Mary Jo☆☆☆☆
This book has a lot going on, and I enjoyed it all.

It’s nice to see characters struggling with their place in their families. It's something that we've had to relate to at one time or another. It's more than being the outcast, black sheep, unwed teenage mother/father. It’s being the child who doesn't quite fit in. Either the youngest who isn't the mirror image of their older siblings in athletics or academics, or the eldest feeling the pressure to set a good example to his/her younger siblings. We've all had the feeling of not quite living up to the family expectations.

This is what we have here with Brooke and Trevor. Brooke's back home after a failed marriage and is trying to manage her family's hotel and winery. She's afraid that if something doesn't happen soon, the inn will falter and close thereby leaving her legacy as the one who couldn't manage the inn. She hasn't told many people about her marriage and divorce, it’s not something she's proud of and feels as though it will ruin the community's good will towards her family.

Trevor's back in Windamere after working for a couple of years in Peru building homes and schools for people in need. Problem is, when he left for that little adventure, he only planned on being gone for a few weeks but once there, stayed. His brothers and sister are afraid that he's going to leave again – and without notice – so they are constantly asking him his plans. He realizes that he's now part of the family business and can't just leave for extended periods of time, but Trevor realizes that without his time away, the urges to run are almost overwhelming.

Both Trevor and Brooke have a lot of issues to explore and conquer, and as we get to know them, you can definitely see how opposites attract.



Heather McGovern writes contemporary romance in swoony, southern settings. While her love of travel and adventure takes her far, there is no place quite like home. She lives in South Carolina with her husband and son, and a collection of Legos that's threatening to take over the house. When she isn't writing, she's working out, or binging on books and Netflix.

She is a member of Romance Writers of America, as well as Carolina Romance Writers, and she's represented by Nicole Resciniti of The Seymour Agency.

Connect with Heather on her website, Facebook, Twitter, or her group blog. She'd love to hear to from you!

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of No One Like You (Chateau Jolie #1) by Heather McGovern to read and review.

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