McKenna Series (Book 3)
Release Date: July 18, 2017
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When heroin stole James Foley’s wife and destroyed his marriage, he poured all his energy into raising his young son and running his auto garage. There’s no room in his life for anything else until Megan McKenna walks into his shop. He finds it impossible to resist the sexy school teacher.
After an ugly divorce, Megan lost her home, her job, and a big chunk of her self-respect. With her posh lifestyle now a memory, she starts over by indulging in an unexpected fling with a hard-bodied mechanic.
What begins as something casual turns into something meaningful. But how can their relationship survive when it’s built on half-truths?
James and Megan soon discover that being honest with themselves is just as important as being honest with each other. Only then will their relationship fire on all cylinders.
Jamie Hollins was born and raised in rural Northeast Ohio. After graduate school, she embarked on a perilous career in Human Resources where she met plenty of real life characters. When she’s not writing or chasing after her toddler, she enjoys reading and golfing. Jamie lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, son, and their dog, Winston.
I absolutely adored this book!! It’s a charming and romantic second chance romance filled with engaging characters. Everyone should experience James and Megan falling in love in Where I Need To Be.
Megan is starting her life over – everything from her relationship status to her job are new to her. It’s brought it’s own unique challenges and achievements but overall, she feels empowered by it all.
Her new job (and car issues) brings her into James’ world and it’s there that they both really want to stay. But they have tons of baggage and trust issues to overcome if they want to truly be happy together. Theirs is an emotional journey but I really enjoyed every moment of it.
Where I Need To Be was such an awesome surprise for me. I’ve never read any of Jamie’s romances but the blurb for this one caught my eye so I decided to jump in even without having read the first two books in the series. The end result was a big smile on my face and a desire to purchase her previous books.
If that isn’t a recommendation for this story, I’m not sure what is.