Better as a Memory-Marilyn Baxter

Atlanta image consultant Victoria Sharpe is about to give a makeover to the man who broke her heart in college, and a do-over to a love that always should have been.

Looking at her potential client, Atlanta image consultant Victoria Sharpe is convinced the job will be a cross between What Not to Wear and Man vs. Wild. She’d love to turn down the offer, but refusing it—not to mention the referrals it could generate—just might break the bank. Yet, agreeing to make over this man’s image might also break her heart. Again.

Max Brown will tolerate anything to gain access to his trust fund. Returning to work in the family business, even submitting to his mother’s demands to trade his comfortable flannel for Armani is worthwhile if he can get the money necessary to start a camp for at-risk boys. But then he sees he’ll be working with Victoria Sharpe, his college girlfriend, the one who got away. Or, really, the one he left. The impression he makes here will be the most important of his life, and the person most as risk is himself.

This is a nice short second chance at romance read.

I liked how the author gave us snippets of the couples past relationship at moments in the book not a huge chunk to digest.
The story flowed well and I liked all the characters.

Max and Victoria worked well as a couple and the fire still burned between them even after seven years apart, so it was nice to see them get there HEA at the end.

If your looking for a quick sweet romance read this book ticks all the boxes.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *