When Seraphina arrives in Fenton, she
sets her sight on the old Monroe Mansion for her music school.
After acquiring a lease from the current owner, she discovers
the mansion has been sold to someone else—and he wants her
out! But when she meets Tomas, she’s immediately attracted to
him. It’s unlike anything she’s felt before. Will she be able
to make him see past her good girl, missionary image?
Tomas needs to get Seraphina out of the
Monroe Mansion—pronto. But when he goes to the house to speak
with her, he finds that she’s intent on staying there, no
matter what he says or does. Will she be able to see past the
rough, younger man’s image to who he really is?
I liked Some Rough Edge Smoothin’
a lot. I thought it was a little slow for the first couple of
chapters, no real hook, so to speak. But as I read further, I
became more involved in the story and wanted to know what the
outcome would be. And boy am I glad I stuck with it! Watching
Sera come alive and discover what she wanted, what she had
been suppressing inside, was wonderful. It was great to watch
Sera break down the barriers between Tomas and force him to
see that she wasn’t who he thought she was. Definitely a good