Cheyenne Blue has created another novel that I absolutely fell in love with. The Number 94 Project is a slow-burn, feel-good romance with a cast of characters you’ll want as your real neighbors, and a neighborhood we would all love to live in.
The story begins when Jorgie arrives at 94 Gaylord Street to check out the house she has just inherited from her Uncle Bruce. A handywoman by trade, she has the idea of renovating the old home and selling it, but she has to get the approval of several neighbors who also inherited a portion of the house, including the next door neighbor, Marta. Both Marta and Jorgie are attracted to each other, but Jorgie lives in the outback, and plans to head back when the house is sold. Marta’s life is on Gaylord Street with her family of friends.
This is obviously a romance novel, but it is really a lot more than that. It’s a tale of friends helping each other. It’s also a story of different kinds of family, both the one we are born into, and the family we create for ourselves. What makes this novel so special are the characters the author created, both main and secondary. These folks and their stories make this a light-hearted tale that will put a smile on your face, and hopefully make your day better.
I can’t end this review without mentioning the gorgeous cover on this novel. That well muscled body in tight jeans and t-shirt…and that toolbelt. Oh my! Whoever created this cover, you did a great job, and it fits the story perfectly. Buy this novel, and once you finish enjoying the cover, read the book. You will love that even more.
I received an ARC from Ylva Publishing for an honest review.