Forever Starts Now by Stefanie London

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Forever Starts Now
Stefanie London 
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Pub Date 6/29/21- Available Now
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This book was so delightful! The MC Monroe Roberts named after Marilyn is a very dedicated restaurant manager trying to keep the business she works for afloat. 

Ethan is a newcomer to town from Australia who happens to look like Thor, Chris Hemsworth and is causing havoc at the restaurant she works at since everyone wants to get a photo or autograph lol. He has some secrets as to why he is there as well.

This was a sweet romance about new love after bad breakups, trying to find your place with your passion in life when you feel stuck where you are. 

Synopsis:
What happens when two people who’ve given up on forever find it in each other…?

Single men are as scarce in Forever Falls as a vegetarian at a barbecue. That is, until Ethan Hammersmith moves in. After his fiancée gave him an ultimatum, he left Australia and never looked back. He isn’t in America to find a new girlfriend, though. He’s searching for the father he never knew. But now it’s like he has a flashing sign above his head that says “available.” Thankfully, the manager of the local diner is willing to give him cover—if only she weren’t so distractingly adorable.

Monroe Roberts, town misanthrope and divorcée, knocked “forever” permanently off her wish list ever since the love of her life skipped town with the cliché yoga instructor. And good riddance. She’s got this struggling diner to keep her busy, trying anything to boost sales…until a hot Australian strolls in and changes everything. Monroe’s restaurant is packed full of women who aren’t there to order food, unless Ethan is on the menu. This could sink her business faster than ever. So—light bulb—what if they pretend to be together?

It sounded like the perfect plan. It hilariously was not…

Thank you @entangled_publishing and @netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.

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