I Love You Three by Milou KoeningsMac’s a former marine struggling to adjust to civilian life after the death in combat of his best friend. When a teaching job opens up in the small town where his friend used to work in the summers, Mac takes it as a sign and moves to Green Pines, hoping to find refuge from his demons.
For Julie, there’s no refuge from night feedings, a crazy mom, an ex-mother-in-law and an overdrawn bank account. She’s struggling to build a better life for herself and her baby and the only thing she knows is she’s not falling for any guy again.
There’s only one problem. You never know when love will knock you off your feet.
Milou Koenings is an award-winning USA Today bestselling author who writes romance because, like chocolate, stories with happy endings bring joy to the world and so make it a better place.
She's lived all over the world, working as a freelance travel and technology writer, but loves to stay home with her family more than anything.
My Review:I Love You Three by Milou Koenings
Book starts out with Mac Bennett and he's back from Iraq and keeps up his physique by hours in the gym. He hopes to get the job as a coach at a nearby school. He lives at home with his parents who work daily and he finds daily chores to do...
Story also follows Julie who has a baby and is the prinicpal of the school.
She also takes care of her parents and is torn between leaving her child at the babysitters.
What I like about this book are the descriptions of Green Pines-I can place my body there and take deep breaths and lose myself in the town.
Like the idea of the construction and ideas to go green. The job is his and so is the place to stay after he fixes it up. His brother is due home from prison-drug charges and he doesn't want to deal with any of it.
She's got a crush on Mac but her plates full...love interaction he has with the troubled teens.
So much past comes forward and this is not a predictable story line. So many twists and turns.
Excerpt from the next in this series is attached.
I received this book from the author and this is my honest review.