I have a horrible tendency to pick up the second or third book in a series, thinking it’s a standalone, and read it first. That was the case with this book. Publishers really need to label those things better!
I had been doing some heavier reading and went to the library in search of some “fluffy fiction.” Family Treasures fit the bill.
Caitlin McBride is an image consultant. When a teenager nominates her father, Caitlin gets wrapped up in more than just revamping Devon Walsh’s physical appearance.
It was a satisfying, predictable book. Just what I needed.