Matt Thorne is moments away from having everything he ever wanted. But a violent attack on his future bride's paintings brings his past into the present, putting all he loves at risk..
Halfway to Happily Ever After features Matt and Taylor from Love at the Lost and Found and fits between the Southerlands and the Southerland Security Series.
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This novella is a nice bridge between The Southerlands and the new Southerlands Security series. Taylor and Matt are preparing to get married. Their happy preparations are interrupted by an attack on Taylor’s paintings. Matt calls in his cousins who have a private security firm. Although I haven’t read The Southerlands, I am going to go back and start the series. I enjoyed the characters in this novella and am looking forward to reading about the entire family.
Anyone who knows the Southerlands wants to become a part of their family. Being invited to the wedding of Taylor and Matt is especially delightful. We watched them go through their tough times together and apart, she being from the famous upstanding Southerland family and he coming in from the wrong side of the tracks. But to know that he's truly changed, confessed his previous sins and wants to become something more makes everything just a little more right in the world. When there's an attack on one of her paintings while she is out of the gallery, right before the wedding, no one can figure out who would want to hurt her in such a terrifying and painful way. It's up to Matt and the rest of the Southerland gang to get to the bottom of things and make her safe for the wedding of her dreams. This is such a sweet and touching story. It's a short afternoon read that just leaves your heart feeling light. It's always refreshing to see the Southerland family pull together in a time of crisis, and nobody writes it like Evelyn Adams. With a little bit of sexy time in the middle, it is exactly what I expected to read from this author, and I loved it just as much as the full length books. Now I have to dive into them and figure out which of the men is next to find the love of his life. I'm betting on a cousin.