Thursday, November 8, 2012

Beneath the Surface by Kate Sherwood

Beneath the Surface
When Peter Carr’s company sends him to Southwestern Ontario to sweet-talk the town into agreeing to a gravel quarry proposal, he welcomes the challenge. Technically he’s a lawyer, but really he’s a problemsolver. He just never expected the problem to be Caleb Sinclair, the passionate but introverted artisan carpenter who lives next to the proposed quarry site.

“Know your enemy.” That’s Caleb’s philosophy. And trying to turn fertile farmland into a gravel pit earns Peter the title of “enemy.” Caleb loves that land, and if he has to make peace with his homophobic neighbors to make war on Peter, so be it. Except knowing his enemy doesn’t turn out anything like he expected. Peter’s not the fairy-tale monster—he just might be the first step to happy ever after.

                                                                      4.25 STARS

This is my first book by this author, I gotta say I really liked it and will definitely be reading more. The plotline was very interesting even though you could see the bad guy pretty early on it was still very fascinating. The romance/love story was even more interesting since Peter & Caleb are on opposite sides of this gravel pit debate, you could read the chemistry between the two very easily. I liked how they both tried so hard to keep the gravel pit out of their attraction to each other and how the town that pretty much shunned Caleb when he came out, comes to him for help when push comes to shove. And absolutely loved Caleb's best friend Matt, this was a very interesting story that kept me wanting to see what else would happen next. I recommend  

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