More Than Neighborly is an interesting and enjoyable read. The characters are well rounded and the story is fascinating enough to keep you reading page after page. This is a good story with lots of laughter and tears and characters you can identify with and care for. If you're looking for a fun read with lots of intense emotional moments then this is a story you don't want to miss.
How does a woman get past the shock of her fiancé leaving her at the altar—for a man? For Kristen Carter, it involves throwing herself into her job as a journalist and convincing herself that her life is much better without a man in it. That is, until sexy and seductive construction worker Austin McKenzie moves in next door. From the first time she spies him through his bedroom window making love to another woman, she is instantly drawn to him and her voyeuristic tendencies make her crave him in every way.
But Austin’s been around the block—several times. Now he wants the stability that a steady relationship can bring, and once he meets his next-door neighbor he feels he’s finally met the woman for him. The problem lies in turning Kristen into a believer—even after an unexpected visitor turns their world upside down.
Publisher’s Note: This story was previously published elsewhere under the title Breathing Shallow.