Title: Playing House
Author: Mira Day
Published by: Inkwell International
Date published: Sept. 1 2015
Genres: Romantic Comedy
Book Length: 317 pages
Sometimes you have to do things differently in order to be happy
When Hannah Bishop discovers that her boyfriend Connor is cheating on her, she has no idea that breaking up with him will lead her to the happiness she deserves—even when Caleb Matthews, the city’s most eligible bachelor and a regular at the café where Hannah works, steps up to help her. Hannah uncovers secrets about the man she’s running from and the man who has become her hero, realizing that not everything in life is black and white. Sometimes you have to do things differently in order to be happy.
Mira Day is a freelance writer, born in Wilmington, NC, and is now living in Charleston, SC. She’s currently a café manager, with 16 years of food service know-how. A voice over actress, she enjoys cooking, the outdoors, and Carolina Panther and Chicago Bear football.
Pretty soon, the characters and plot started to develop and I became intrigued in what they might do next. What started off as something to keep me from going insane from boredom, became something I was determined to see to the end.