Hooked: A Love Story on 7th and Main by Elizabeth Hunter
Hooked is the second installment of Elizabeth Hunter’s contemporary romance series Love Stories on 7th and Main. Set in the rural California town of Metlin the series highlights the developing relationships between friends and acquaintances as they reinvigorate this once thriving small town. You can easily read Hooked as a stand alone but will get more out if it by reading book 1: Ink first.
Jeremy Allen’s family has deep ties to the area, but after a short stint away has returned to Metlin to build his life and business and pursue his love of the outdoors.
If there were ever two extremely different people it would be Tayla and Jeremy yet their attraction is undeniable.
The thing that stands out in every story by Elizabeth Hunter is the quality of her characters and her ability to convey the attraction building between them. Hooked is no different. Tayla and Jeremy are unique and their relationship takes its own path in developing into something real and heartwarming. I especially love the playful banter they share, which is just one more way that Elizabeth imbues such realistic qualities in her characters. By the time you are done reading you feel like Tayla and Jeremy are two of your good friends.
I probably say this every time I review an Elizabeth Hunter book but it continues to hold true; she is consistently a solid romance writer, whether it involves a paranormal or contemporary couple. She knows how to create characters and stories that not only engage her readers but allow her readers to feel the attraction through the stories on the page. You will love getting to know the characters in Love Stories on 7th and Main!!
Tanya’s love for books has been a lifelong passion that she likes sharing with others. Reading is also the thing that relaxes her after a day of juggling the many responsibilities that come with being being wife to an amazing man, mother to four great kids spread around the world, business manager, and farm hand on their place in southwest Missouri; home to Akaushi cattle and a menagerie of pygmy goats, horses, chickens, dogs and cats.