4 Star · ARC Review · Contemporary · Funny · Opposites Attract · Sexy · Small Town · Strong Heroine · Workplace

Maggie Moves On by Lucy Score

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4 Stars

YouTube sensation Maggie Nichols, is known for her brilliant home transformations and for the fact that when the job is done, she always moves on to the next one. But when Maggie lands in the small town of Kinship, Idaho, this renovation is the one that just might change her life completely…


Maggie Moves On was a hilarious and entertaining story about the incomparable Maggie Nichols, and the people who adore her. Including her newest fan and love interest… local landscaper, Silas Wright.

This book was such a delightful and incredibly enjoyable read! Maggie was an inherently independent woman who worked hard to achieve every ounce of her success. Growing up with a complicated family dynamic, she had her fair share of reasons why she avoids relationships and staying in any one place for too long. But Kinship and it’s fabulous people will soon show her just how great it feels to finally belong somewhere…

Silas is a hunky landscaper who is all about family togetherness and putting down roots. As the polar opposite personality to Maggie, he is the perfect person to show her just what she’s been missing by all of her relationship avoidance, and just how great that could be… *together*

This story was not only a sexy and cute romance, but it also had an engrossing mini mystery added in! From stolen coins to the homes fascinating history, there was so much to learn about the old Campbell place, and the amazing renovation that Maggie achieves… inside, and out!

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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