when pippa turner waltzes back into ghost falls, utah a pariah in the reality tv world, she is unsure what to do. her larger-than-life grandmother, philomene, will know. and so in positively pippa she comes home. and things are odd. her grandmother is missing things. is it her age? is someone stealing them? pippa feels like she is out of the loop. and maybe that's been her choice, but it's never meant that she doesn't love her family implicitly even if she's often at cross-purposes with her mother and sister.
and then there's matt evans. he's always been the one guy who never worked out because of timing. but now the timing is right. and he's not about to avoid taking this chance. and the fact is, he is the one person who never doubts that she didn't say the things she's accused of saying. he knows her so well, he knows she could never hurt someone the way she is accused of hurting them.
and finding someone who believes in you like that is pretty heady. and maybe this time there's a way to figure things out in a way that lets them both get what they want. mainly a life with each other and some pretty exciting job opportunities.
this is a small town romance, so we also get to know the people of ghost falls throughout this narrative, and they are all pretty interesting folks. it will be nice to see where some of their stories go in subsequent books.
**positively pippa will publish on may 30, 2017. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/kensington books (zebra) in exchange for my honest review.