Say I Do

· Sweetheart, Montana Book 2 · Tule Publishing
18 reviews

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She’s been over him for years, until he returns home...

In her new role as tourism director, Brianna Renton intends to put Sweetheart, Montana, on the map with the first annual Cherry Blossom festival. She’s also supervising the build of a new community hall by her father’s log cabin construction company. But the project is stalled and an unexpected visit from a former employee could be the answer to Brianna’s prayers. Except he’s her ex.

Angus Adams never forgot Brianna. When they were together, he put her on a pedestal and was determined to win her hand by proving himself and working hard to eventually buy into a partnership with her father’s company. He accepted a scholarship at a prestigious university to get his architecture degree, planning to return for Brianna, but she broke up with him the week before he left with no explanation.

Saying yes to helping her during his vacation is easy. Trying to win her heart while protecting his own is much harder.

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18 reviews
Eileen Aberman-Wells
5 July 2021
Say I Do by Joan Kilby, book two in her Sweetheart, Montana series, was an enjoyable, heartwarming second chance tale. Brianna Renton broke up with Angus Adams so he could take advantage of a college scholarship to become the architect he always wanted, without worrying about her; unfortunately, she never told him that was the reason. Recently graduated, Angus returns to Sweetheart, Montana to spend time with his mother before returning to California for a job offer. As the tourism director, Brianna created a Cherry Blossom festival, the first of many, to put Sweetheart on the map. At the same time she is supervising the build of the new community hall, her father’s log cabin construction company is in building. When a time and crew crunch occurs, Angus just might be the perfect person to help out the situation; as long as Angus and Brianna put aside past hurts and feelings. Neither of them expected for their old feelings, attraction, magnetism, and chemistry to return when once again they will be living in separate states. It is going to take Brianna and Angus to admit to their feelings, heal old hurts, a long-ago feud, and a new job offer before opening up their hearts to a second chance and the possibility of forever. Ms. Kilby wrote a sweet, heartwarming, small town tale filled with strong magnetism, sizzling chemistry, wonderful dialogue, and charming characters giving Brianna and Angus a second chance at love and a future together. I highly recommend Say I Do to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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Sandi Ramirez
29 June 2021
Welcome back to Sweetheart, Montana. This is the second book in this series and I enjoyed both very much. You don't have to have read the first to get the second one but I highly recommend it. In this book, Brianna Renton has moved into her job as tourism director of the town and she is directing a cherry blossom festival as well as the building of a new community hall. The hall is actually a log cabin and she turns to her ex-boyfriend Angus Adams for help to complete it. Of course, there is more to the story than just this WINK. And thank you to our author we finally find out the answer to the burning question as to why the two logging companies in the area were at odds with each other.
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Donna Panzardo
27 May 2021
A great addition to the Sweetheart Montana series. Say I Do by Joan Kilby. When you finish the last page of a book and have a smile on your face that is a sure sign that you have finished a great story.
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