Book Reviews

REVIEW ➞ Come What May by L.K. Farlow


Death…it’s the only guarantee in this rollercoaster ride called life. My dad always used to say “It’s what you do while you’re alive that matters.” But he’s gone now, and me…I’m spiraling out of control and on the verge of losing everything my dad worked so hard for.

Until Mateo Reyes makes me an offer I can’t refuse: he wants to purchase my dad’s shop. The payday would be monumental, but can I really sell all I have left of my dad?

Eventually, I give in. With a single caveat–he hires me to run it.

The tatted-up mechanic turns out to be as strict as he is handsome.

When I agreed to help my late friend’s daughter, I had no idea the kind of trouble I was inviting into my life. Seraphine’s young, reckless, impulsive, and drowning in her grief. The absolute last person I should allow around my teenaged daughter.

I’ve made it my personal mission to show her life does in fact go on after loss. After the death of my wife–I’d know.

Before I know it, I find myself thinking about things I have no business thinking of–like if her skin’s as soft as it looks and how her lips taste.

Turns out, she’s every bit as interested as I am, and while she might be my damnation, I’m willing to fight for her, come what may.


Come What May is a quick read that will have you swooning and smiling the whole way through.

Seraphine’s world completely changed when she lost her father.  However, she doesn’t know that to do with his business and doesn’t want to ask for help. Mateo is a single father, who makes Seraphine an offer of her father’s business. They work together to make some updates to the shop and things progress from there.

Despite their age different Seraphine and Mateo have tons of chemistry. Mateo is afraid to take any action though. Seraphine was his friend’s daughter, it doesn’t feel right to him. Even though his daughter and the rest of his family are pushing them together.

I loved every single moment of this story. It was sweet, emotional, swoony and had a little heat. A MUST READ!