Of Grace and Chocolate
By Krista Lynne Jensen
Covenant Communications, 2012. 194 pgs. Romance
Jill Parrish doesn't have the time or the inclination to waste any attention on Scott Gentry, who can't even seem to remember that they met years before and he blew her off. However, when her troubled sister Evie shows up on her doorstep with her baby and then disappears, leaving Jill with the child and her sister's drug-dealer ex after both Evie and Jill, Jill needs all the help she can get, even if it comes in the form of Scott Gentry himself. Scott, thinking he'd blown any chance with Jill, is happy to help, and as they work together to keep the baby safe and find Evie, love begins to blossom.
This book is satisfying but not spectacular. There wasn't necessarily anything specific I disliked, but it didn't have that special something to set it apart from other books, either.