In the vein of Lyssa Kay Adams and Abby Jimenez,Kelly OhlertΓÇÖs charming debut is a one-of-a-kind rom-com that explores the power of overcoming the past and fighting for the things you love. Trixie isnΓÇÖt exactly sure what she was thinking when she stopped her car in the middle of downtown Chicagoscooped up a chicken struggling to cross the roadand drove offΓÇª but she does know that she has to find a new home for herself and her new feathered friend. The landlord at her apartment doesnΓÇÖt allow pets and has caught Trixie in one too many pet-smuggling attempts in the past. Bear likes his quiet life with his close-knit familywho own a flower businessbut heΓÇÖs in for a rude awakening when his meddlesome sisters post an ad to rent the spare room in his simple homewithout asking his permission. Stillwhen Trixie responds to the adhe agrees to let her move indespite immediate worries about keeping things platonic. Determined to keep her new roombefriend Bearand give her rescue chicken the care she deservesTrixie fights to keep her walls up and resist her romantic feelings for Bear. HoweveritΓÇÖs not long before the pairΓÇÖs proximity and chicken parenting ignite flames that have Trixie and Bear testing the boundaries of their platonic ground rules. They have to figure out how to save a family businesspay for mounting vet billsand navigate their own emotional baggage if they want to find the love that they all deserve. Perfect for readers of The Flatshare by Beth OΓÇÖLearyand fans of The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenezreaders will find themselves rooting for every one of the relatablebut tenderly flawedcharacters in this book as they follow the heartwarming antics of a rescue chicken and her human companions.
To Get to the Other Side
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