Squee! This book is chock full of fluffy goodness. May Tessa Dare only ever write irreverent historical romances with lobsters again.
I liked so many things about this book, but it was mainly Maddie that sold it for me. She is all of those things that are difficult to find in HR protagonists:
(a) Not afraid to admit her feelings
(b) Open minded and considerate
(c) Openly appreciative of male beauty
(d) Talented in a credible fashion
(e) Able to support herself financially
(g) Caring towards grouchy crustaceans and heroes alike
There is no plot per se, but it doesn’t really matter because the character interactions take its place. It touching to see friendship go both ways, so where Maddie made friends with the men, Logan starts feeling affection for Aunt Thea. Truly beautiful.
SUMMARY: I have found the unicorn equivalent of historical romances.