Review: Perfect Hero by A.D. Justice (Mason Creek #21)


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wordsmith Publicity.

Perfect Hero was penned by A.D. Justice and is the twenty-first book in the multi-author Mason Creek small town romance series. Having read Justice's first contribution to the series, Perfect Excuse, which was a second chance romance about Ryder and Olivia King, and learning that this new book was about Ryder's brother, I knew that I needed to check it out. This is a second chance romance as well, featuring Ransom King and Miranda Moore. He's thirty-four, and she's a thirty-two, but it's been over twelve years since they last saw each other. When he upped and left without a word on what was supposed to be the most important day of their lives, both their hearts were broken. But now, Ransom learns that Miranda is engaged, and what does he do? Well, get her as far away as possible from her pending nuptials of course! But that's what happens when the groom-to-be is a conman, and the bride's ex is the US Marshal tasked to locate and bring him in. 

This needs to be said: Gus was the best! Yep, the man Miranda thought of as her dad was probably the most memorable of all the characters in the book, and I adored him to bits. Now, that's not to say that the main characters weren't all that appealing because they were. I liked Ransom and Miranda, and I'm glad that there wasn't this immediate rush back into each other's arms because groveling and wooing is a must for me with second chance romances. Then there's also a bit of suspense courtesy of Miranda's fiancé. Perfect Hero was a story of true love, family, forgiveness, and second chances. It snags four stars.

Date Read: 30 April 2022

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