I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Property Lines by Claire Wilder
Published by Independently Published on December 6, 2021
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, Small Town & Rural
Format: eBook, Kindle Unlimited
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After screwing up in court, my boss—and the closest thing I've got to a father figure—sends me to his lake house in leafy upstate New York for some mandatory R&R. I expect to be desperate to get home. Instead, I'm desperate to learn more about my boss's sexy neighbor Jake... the one he told me to stay far away from.
The one I got caught burning off some steam. Naked, in the lake. In November.
But the more I get to know Jake, the more I'm sure my boss is wrong about him. And the more I'm sure the feud between them may run far deeper than a simple property dispute.
I love my job, but I just might love my boss's enemy too. And unless I can force these two warring sides to find the truth, I could lose them both.
I really enjoy Property Lines, it was sexy but with enough emotion to make it a really good romance. ~ Sharon – Simply Love Book Reviews
I saw this one advertised and decided to give it a shot and I’m glad I did. Property Lines was pretty much an insta-lust that turned into more but there was decent character development, I genuinely liked both the characters, and was happy with the ending.
Catherine “Cat” Jones is an attorney who made a big mistake in court, so her boss sent her to his lake house to rest and regroup without her phone, without her computer, without anything to keep her busy so it really wasn’t her fault that she accidentally caught her neighbor skinny dipping or the fact that when she realized he saw her, she dropped her coffee mug and sliced her hand open only to have him appear half dressed on her porch. Jake Colson doesn’t know what to think about the woman staying in the house of the man who is suing him and threatening the reopening of the summer camp he plans to rename in honor of his late brother, all he does know is he feels compelled to help her and then has a hard time staying away.
The chemistry between Cat and Jake was electric and I enjoyed watching them open up to each other about their past and learning about one another. I admired Cat for not only wanting to help Jake but for wanting to help her boss move past the hurt that had plagued him for years regarding the property.
I enjoy Property Lines, it was sexy but with enough emotion to make it a really good romance.