Tagline: Evelyn couldn't say what she loved more about the house--its vintage charm or the great neighbor...
In a Nutshell: Evelyn falls for her real estate agent.
Observations: I really enjoyed this story, but I really wish the tagline hadn't given away the ending. I think if it hadn't, I would have been guessing about how it was going to work out between Randy and Evelyn until the end.
Togneri does a great job of showing their attraction for each other.
--She'd rather have gazed at Randy's mahogany eyes...
--Randy says, "...you're wonderful." Then he goes pink and stammers something about her being a wonderful client. Right. We see through you, Randy, and so does Evelyn!
--Her heart beat faster even though she knew it was just business.
--Later, Evelyn was torn between wanting to finally find her dream home and spending her weekends with Randy.
--She felt Randy's eyes on her and turned away to hide her blush.
We were able to almost see the entire courtship, perhaps because they already had a relationship established. It felt like a longer story than it was. I mean that in a good way. :)