Synopsis from Goodreads
Finley Lawson and Georgette Taylor have been best friends since high school. Even though they’re from opposite sides of the tracks, they found common ground in their mutual love of the arts and the desire to prove themselves.
They were everything to one another, including being each other’s firsts.
Finley assumed they’d be together forever.
Georgette had other plans.
Fast forward five years, Finn and Jette have both moved to New Orleans, unbeknownst to each other, still trying to find their place in the world. They’re going to pick back up right where they left off, right? Well, it’s not that easy.
Finley has questions, as well as, some pent-up anger and resentment from Jette ghosting him five years ago.
And Georgette has a boyfriend.
What hasn’t changed is their deep connection and understanding of each other. Friends are what they agree to be, but some romances deserve a second chance and fate might have other plans.
I didn’t know this was the 4th book in a series until I started reading it, saying that it can be and was, read as a standalone.
Good Times reminded me a lot of Kristen Proby’s Boudreaux Series and in all honesty, I spent most of the time reading linking it to that series.
Finn and Jette are adorable characters whose hearts and souls have been intertwined since childhood. However, and I couldn’t quite grasp why Jette left for college in New York and left her previous life in the dust.
A hint of fate brings Jette and Finn back together in New Orleans, where their undeniable bond flares back to life instantly, although Jette has a long-term boyfriend back in New York. I can say with hand on heart, there is no cheating in the story as that is a big no-no for me.
Good Times is a slow burn romance with limited angst and lots of warm and fuzzies. It’s making your dreams happen with the person who is the other half of your soul. Isn’t that what we all dream of doing ❤