Mac has retired from the Navy with dreams of working in politics. He wants to make a difference in the world and what better way to start than close to home. Working for a Senator with his sister will be the foot in the door he needs to work his way up to his dreams. But working in DC isn’t for everyone, it’s a tough town and Georgie is learning that as well.
Georgie is ready to go back to school to finish her law degree. She’s found a great apartment that she will be sharing located in D.C, and it’s a short commute to school for her. She’s newly single now and even though Mac is quite the catch, they know there can’t be much of a future for them because their families are polar opposites. Georgie has worked hard to distance herself from her toxic family, but it might not be enough.
So this was a bit of a slow burn in that you’re left with that need for them to just forget the obstacles and get together. Georgie has a great personality and she gives as good as she gets. She’s a good balance to Mac, who’s had to temper the habits he’s picked up in the Navy. They’re a cute couple with amazing families, even if Georgie’s was forged by friendship and not by blood. A truly fun read.