When Kyle Champlain's grandmother, Molly, passes away, he returns to Wetlake, Canada, to settle her estate. Kyle spent his summers in Wetlake as a child, and now he has the chance to renew his acquaintances with some old friends, including Ryan Summers, before going home to Chicago. But when Kyle tries to pressure Ryan into a business decision, their renewed friendship - and any possible attraction - is almost immediately on the rocks.
As Kyle begins to deliver the personalized bequests from Molly's will, he meets an odd assortment of people from all walks of life and realizes he has a lot to learn about living and love. But he'll have to fight his parents, suspicious beneficiaries, and Ryan's fears if he plans to stay in Wetlake.
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Nice, nothing over the top
- Morgan A Skye
Marshmallow Fluff But I Like That Stuff
I'd recommend this to anyone who wanted a break from serious books with conflict and needed a light and cheery, predictable love story
Actually, I'm Gay by Roxy Harte because the lovers loved the kid and the lovers were stupid not to have come to a conclusion sooner.
The HAE scene of course. Doesn't everybody like the 'they all lived happily ever' scene the best.
The cat was the most memorable character because it got what it wanted despite being a horrible creature.
Cute story with lovable characters but grandma's reverse-treasure-hunt made little sense (send her beloved grandson into the lair of a prostitute's dangerous pimp?) or were so cutesy they were painful. Anyone as well off financially and as flexible as "KC" would have just said 'I'm in love with you and will do whatever you want as long as we can be together' 5 chapters before the end. Of course that would have denied us of the fluffy fun and the cat's pushy way of getting what it wanted.