Almost Everything is everything I’ve come to expect in a Mandi Blake story! There is a sweet friends to more romance, a bit of danger to keep you on your toes, and a great faith thread woven throughout the story.
I loved how much Blake loved Everly! He was totally devoted to her and wanted the best for her even if it wasn’t him. I also enjoyed how Everly went from thinking of Blake as just a good friend to more. It was seamless and believable. I really liked the teaser at the end of this story about Ridge, Everly’s brother. The premise is interesting and I’m wondering just how Mandi Blake is going to write his romance.
While this is the second book in the series, you can easily read Almost Everything as a standalone.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. All opinions are my own. The faith thread is light.
Her fairytale ending turns into a disaster. Can her brother’s best friend convince her that she was chasing the wrong happily ever after?
Everly Cooper had it all. A successful fiancé, a dream home being built, and the life she always wanted away from the spotlight.
And then it all crashed and burned… publicly, and her brother’s best friend, Blake, was all too eager to race to her rescue.
Blake Lawson left the world of professional football for the small town life five years ago. His friend, Ridge, needed help, and being closer to Everly was more than just a bonus. He’d been silently in love with his best friend’s sister for years. He had everything he could possibly want, except her.
Blake refuses to watch her cry over a man who didn’t deserve her. He’s ready to fess up to Everly and show her how a real man treats the woman he loves.
When Blake's plan to win her heart backfires, he’ll have to figure out what loving someone really means before he loses Everly forever.
Almost Everything is the second book in the Christian romance Wolf Creek Ranch series.