"Finding Fisher" by Dakota Madison caught my eye because of the name. The story sounded intriguing, too. A priviliged law student with mild OCD discovers her fiance is dead. When speaking to his family she finds out he has a child and that her family were not keen on this new relationship. When visiting Old Town for his funeral she meets his twin brother, Fisher, and slowly falls in love with him.
Although the pace of her falling for the brother of her deceased fiance is done slowly and thoughtfully, for me it just didn't sit right. The chemistry was believable in many ways, but something in me didn't buy it.
The writing credentials are fine and the story should find many happy romance readers.