Review: Fleeting (Nash Brothers Book 1) by Carrie Aarons
This was a sweet, soft, romance. And for the most part, I enjoyed Fleeting. I wasn't overwhelmed with drama nor did the romance feel rushed or inauthentic. It was impossible to not enjoy the characters and feel intrigued by the romance. It was all very unexpectedly charming.
Fleeting tells the story of Presley who arrives in town to help her grandmother with her book shop. Presley has not had the easier adult life, she's a little unsure about what she wants to do with her life. After an unfortunate event with her grandmother's dog, Presley meets the local vet, Keaton Nash and isn't immuned to his charm.
Like mentioned previously, I enjoyed this book. I thought it was nicely paced and featured a lovely and healthy relationship.
It was impossible to not root for this relationship. Both Presley and Keaton were likeable characters. Together and separately they really worked. I really enjoyed the progression of these two characters falling in love. It felt honest.
The only issue I particularly had with this book was how the book handled secrets. A secret (or important moment in someone's life) would be mentioned and the character would gloss over it. In several chapters later, the revelation would eventually be made but it was annoying information was sort of baited.
Fleeting was a nice refreshing romance with two characters were lovable.