Two neighbors—strangers—with one thing in common—they share a fence.
But is that the only thing they share?
Nathan Fraser lives a solitary life, never letting anyone get too close. It’s safer that way.
Kourtney Whyte hides from the world and behind her work, too afraid to really live her life to the fullest. Rejection is what she knows best.
But one night, the sound of her soft voice and the tantalizing aroma of her evening meal, prove too enticing for Nathan to ignore.
So begins their unconventional relationship—talking, learning, texting, and gradually opening up to one another, all over the fence.
That is, until the day Nathan braves the high fence to protect Kourtney from her past, and changes everything forever.
Can they move forward together, without the buffer of the fence?
Or will their pasts prove to be too much of a barrier?
Over the Fence begins when Nathan starts talking to his new neighbor through his backyard fence. She's cooking an amazing meal, and he ends up saying something out loud about it. From that point on the become "fence friends."
These two end up spending more time together than either imagined they would. However, Kourtney has a past that she just wants to forget, but when it comes back to haunt her Nathan must go "over the fence" in order to help her out.
Now, neither of these two can get enough of each other. But Nathan also has secrets he's keeping from her, and neither one of them are sure they can handle it.
This book was enjoyable. I loved the unique story line of Over the Fence. It was much different than a lot of romances out there. However, I felt like once you got past that part of it, the story just felt a little boring and dull. There just wasn't much to it after that.
Other than that I really did enjoy it a whole lot. And I liked both of the main characters together.