“I’ll never be enough, but I’m going to spend my life trying to be the man you say yes to.”
I’ve been waiting for Darcy’s story. To be fair, I’ll wait for anything Louise Bay wants to give me. And once again, she did not disappoint.
Country girl. City boy. From the outside looking in, Darcy and are too everything. Too different in their upbringing, their mindsets, their life goals and their personalities. But maybe the old adage that opposites attract really has something to it. Because from the second these two met, in an unconventional, yet perfect-for-them meet cute, sparks flew. And as each tried to deny their feelings, to dig up some reason why they shouldn’t be, there was no chance that Darcy and Logan wouldn’t end up together. Because opposites, or not, they were perfect for each other.
I loved that Darcy was independent, strong-willed and tenacious. And that she gave the stubborn, closed off Logan such a run for his money. The side characters- Logan’s grandmother, Darcy’s friend Aurora and her staff, the villagers of Woolton, and the cameos from Darcy’s brother Ryder, his wife, Scarlett, and their children, just added to the story. They provided the perfect sounding board for Logan and Darcy to attempt to come to terms with their budding relationship.
And so it turns out, they weren’t so different after all.