Dream On by Stacey Keith

Deep in the heart of Texas is a small town where secret wishes have a funny way of coming true . . .

With a nine-year-old daughter, an overdue light bill, and a job slinging burgers while zooming around on roller skates, Cassidy Roby is not living the glamorous life. But Cuervo, Texas, has its charms: quiet streets, loving family, and the down-home familiarity of knowing which of your neighbors are mean as snakes. With Cassidy’s reputation, she knows what will happen if she steps a foot out of line. But how can she help it now that Mason Hannigan’s back in town?

As Cuervo’s high school quarterback ten years ago, Mason was all rock-hard abs and yes-ma’am manners. Now that he’s living the glitz and glory of the NFL, he’s all that plus a couple million bucks. The desire blazing between them is too hot to hide. Cassidy has some experience getting her heart broken by the hometown hero—and having the whole world watch her try to pick up the pieces. Will adding fame, fortune, and paparazzi be a playbook for disaster—or lead to the biggest adventure of her life?

I received a copy via NetGalley for an honest review.
3 stars
I thought the characters in this story were cute. I liked Cassidy and thought she was a good character. She was trying to live a simple life with her down in a town who judged her because she had a kid in high school. She was in love with Mason years ago and When he comes back town that spark was still there for both of them. I like that Mason went after what he wanted. He didn’t play games or fault her for having a kid, he accepted everything about Cassidy. The sex scenes between them were pretty steamy as well! I’m interested to see the next installment in this series.

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