Meet Me Under The Stars by KD Proctor – Book Review by Pam Eaton

meet me under the starsMeet Me Under The Stars, a contemporary romance, by KD Proctor. Book review written by Pam Eaton.

When ratings for her popular DIY show start to circle the drain after the sudden death of her sister, Charlotte “Charlie” Conti has only one mission—to plan a comeback. But her sister had other plans. As part of the will, Charlie must work with *him* to create a memorial scholarship in her sister’s memory. The same *him* Charlie fell in love with three years ago while working at a summer camp.
The same *him* she dumped to protect his heart.

Sexy British player, Nate Walsh, has sixty days to find a new job or he’ll be deported back to England where he’s no longer welcome. He doesn’t have time to work on a memorial scholarship with *her*. The same *her* who shattered his heart without explanation or warning.

The same *her* he’s never gotten over.

Unable to agree on a benefactor for the scholarship, Nate and Charlie challenge each other to a winner-takes-all competition. They both know the only way to win is to turn up the heat and tease one another with the one thing they both want: each other. But as sparks fly, their true feelings resurface. Nate and Charlie must decide if their love is worth the effort or if they’ll allow their disastrous past mistakes to destroy their chance at forever.”

Oh this book brought back so many memories. Which I know sounds weird, but I worked at a summer camp and half the staff was from England. Sadly I didn’t have any summer romances with any of the English guys.

Anyways, this is a great second-chance romance (and it’s a quick read too). I always find it intriguing to see two people that have to interact and who still love each other. I totally understand why Charlie left Nate. I think I might have done the same thing if I was in her position. But like always, she might want to have clued in Nate instead of just ghosting him. It’s interesting watching their interactions with one another. I was worried it’d get really messy before we get out HEA, but luckily it was just enough.

The whole fact that Nate’s visa is up in the air is just another great side story within the book. Also the relationships with the secondary characters makes this a well rounded story. It gives it so many facets and things to try and figure out.

Over all, this is a great read. As a warning, there are some sexual situations and language. It’s not too much, which I appreciate. I would recommend this read.We were given an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.

 

(4.5 / 5)

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