Can you find real love when you've always got your head in the clouds?
Maybell Parish has always been a dreamer and a hopeless romantic. But living in her own world has long been preferable to dealing with the disappointments of real life. So when Maybell inherits a charming house in the Smokies from her Great-Aunt Violet, she seizes the opportunity to make a fresh start.
Yet when she arrives, it seems her troubles have only just begun. Not only is the house falling apart around her, but she isn't the only inheritor: she has to share everything with Wesley Koehler, the groundskeeper who's as grouchy as he is gorgeous--and it turns out he has a very different vision for the property's future.
Convincing the taciturn Wesley to stop avoiding her and compromise is a task more formidable than the other dying wishes Great-Aunt Violet left behind. But when Maybell uncovers something unexpectedly sweet beneath Wesley's scowls, and as the two slowly begin to let their guard down, they might learn that sometimes the smallest steps outside one's comfort zone can lead to the greatest rewards.
About the Author
Sarah Hogle is a mom of three who enjoys trashy TV and provoking her husband for attention. Her dream is to live in a falling-apart castle in a forest that is probably cursed. She is also the author of You Deserve Each Other.
“The perfect springtime romance.”—PopSugar
"Excellent. . . [An] endearing take on the enemies-to-lovers trope. . . Readers are sure to be enchanted by this couple and their deeply felt struggle to open their hearts.”—Publishers Weekly (starred)
“If fixer-upper fantasies are your thing, don't miss Twice Shy by Sarah Hogle. . . Maybell's voice and point of view make the story funny, engaging and enchanting.”—NPR.org
"Hogle did a marvelous job of turning what could be a heavy and predictable tale into a lighthearted story full of surprises, redemption and love.”—USA Today
"Hogle's story takes a gentle, knowing look at anxiety, its debilitating effects, and the importance of stepping outside our comfort zones in this slow-burn romance with plenty of charm and witty banter.”—Country Living
“This book is the softest, sweetest book releasing this year.”—Frolic