Contemporary

Book Review – Love Under Construction

Love Under Construction

by Penny Zeller

About the book

She builds websites. He builds houses. Together, can they build a family for two orphans?

Irelynn agreed two years ago to help raise her best friend’s twins should anything happen. When she is called upon to fulfill that agreement, there is only one problem—Irelynn must share the responsibility with the arrogant but handsome Quinton Gregory.Quinton takes the role of raising his niece and nephew with all seriousness. He will do anything for the twins, even if it means putting up with the beautiful but stubborn Irelynn Brady.

When forced to be in each other’s presence far more often than is comfortable, things slowly begin to change. Will the unexpected attraction between Irelynn and Quinton become a love under construction?

My Thoughts

I had the opportunity to read this sweet rom-com, and found it endearing and charming.

The story line is a bit familiar, and therefore, comfortable and easy reading. The two main characters, Irelynn and Quinton, had been set up for a blind date by their common denominator – her best friend, who also happened to be his sister Iris. But…said date never happened because….well, all will be revealed in time, but each believes the other stood them up. This sets the stage for some intense dislike when the story begins.

Irelynn & Quinton are forced into each other’s presence quite frequently because they share dual custody of three year old twins, who were left orphans when their mother Iris died.

This story is interlaced with humor, romance, and more.
I found it an enjoyable, fun read.
Disclaimer: I receive complimentary books from various sources, including, publishers, publicists, authors, and/or NetGalley. I am not required to write a positive review, and have not received any compensation. The opinions shared here are my own entirely. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

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