My arc review for Open Your Eyes, book two in the Kings Grove series from Delancey Stewart!
Open Your Eyes by Delancey Stewart
Series: Kings Grove, Book 2
Style: Enemies to Lovers, Small Town Romance
Release Date: May 1, 2020
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About the Book
What if finding the future you want means embracing the past?
The Palmer brothers are the most eligible bachelors in the small mountain town of Kings Grove. But Miranda George only has eyes for one of them—Chance. And he won’t even look her way unless it’s because she just spilled something on him.
And his brother Sam? He’s the one person in town she wishes would just disappear. After being in school together their whole lives, he knows everything about her. Including the one thing she’s never told anyone else.
Sam is intimately familiar with every adorably clutzy move Miranda’s ever made, and he can never seem say what he really means when she’s around.
When a backcountry wildfire threatens everything and everyone they both love, will Miranda and Sam be able to look beyond their complicated past and see a future that might bring them together?
This smart, funny enemies-to-lovers, small-town romance is the second book in Delancey Stewart’s Kings Grove Series.
Open Your Eyes is a small-town romance that is written in the first-person point of view and is the second book in the Kings Grove series.
Sam has always had feelings for Miranda, and her clutzy ways, but has had to keep them in check since she has only ever had eyes for his brother. Miranda can not understand why she can never get Chance’s attention but Sam is always there in front of her and she wishes he would just disappear because of his attitude and the fact he knows her secret. When a wildfire threatens everything will it allow Sam and Miranda to look beyond the complications and open their eyes to what’s in front of them?
I was excited to return to Kings Grove to get to know Sam and Miranda better, which I was not disappointed as Open Your Eyes was a fun book that will have you smiling with that happy feel-good feeling. I can not wait for the return to Kings Grove to see what happens next.
*ARC was generously provided in exchange for my honest review*