Love at First

Kensington. Feb. 2021. 320p. ISBN 9781496725196. pap. $15.95. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
Will is feuding with his neighbor. Actually, he’s feuding with all of his neighbors. After inheriting a condo, Will decides to make some changes, changes that are making the condo’s other residents panic. Led by the condo association president, Nora, they are delaying, waylaying, and outright sabotaging his efforts to fix up his unit and rent it out. Nora inherited her grandmother’s condo unit and hasn’t changed a single thing. Why would she? She practically grew up there, and the other residents are like family. When Will moves into the unit below hers and starts emptying it out, Nora can’t just stand by and watch. But somehow, unexpectedly, Nora’s tricks make Will smile, and instead of pushing them apart, her antics seem to be bringing them closer. It’s too bad he’s planning to clear out as soon as he clears up. This steamy romantic comedy features a flawed but likable hero and heroine in a second-chance, enemies-to-lovers story. Will and Nora’s “feud” is inventive and comical, rather than mean, and their slow-burn romance is realistic. The condo residents are delightfully quirky and get involved in each of Nora’s ploys.
VERDICT This well-written novel moves quickly, and readers will be unable to put it down. Highly recommended for most public library collections.
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