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Can't Help Falling in Love (The Sullivans) Mass Market Paperback – July 30, 2013
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"Bella Andre writes warm, sexy contemporary romance that always gives me a much needed pick me up. Reading one of her books is truly a pleasure."
~ New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks
"The Look of Love is an emotionally compelling, thoroughly sexy, lovely read. I can't wait for more Sullivan brothers!"
~ Carly Phillips, New York Times bestselling author
"The Look of Love is the perfect combination of sexy heat and tender heart. This character- driven romance has brains, brawn and the perfect bad boy to launch a whole family's worth of fun."
~ Barbara Freethy, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"I am absolutely smitten with Chase, Chloe and the Sullivan family. I can't wait to read the rest of their stories."
~ Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews on The Look of Love
"Color me happily surprised that a true contemporary romance snagged my jaded heart: hook, line and sinker....Bella Andre is one of those sneaky writers that can spin a romance that is at once sweet and sexy. "
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About the Author
New York Times bestselling author Bella Andre is known for “sensual, empowered stories enveloped in heady romance” (Publishers Weekly). Winner of the Award of Excellence, the Washington Post has called her “one of the top digital writers in America.” Married with two children, Bella splits her time between Northern California and the Adirondacks. You can visit Bella online at www.BellaAndre.com.
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I'm looking forward to Sophie and Jake.
Once we got that out of the way, it wasn't so bad. It did have actual romantic tension, with a fairly successful attempt at I'm Attracted to You But This is a Terrible Idea--the two leads did actually both honestly agree to stay away from each other. Out loud. It was an adorably awkward scene, even though their agreement obviously couldn't last. It was cute that they tried.
Points for Summer, the daughter, being a devious but mostly well-behaved child, and Gabe liking her as much as he was falling for her mother; but overall, this was only a so-so story.
Bella Andre weaves a very good story working out the problems and getting Gabe and Megan together ❤.
Gabe comes to Megan and Summer rescue when her apartment building goes up in flames. The sparks between them however burn even hotter. Problem is Megan wants a safe life and Gabe doesn't get involved with the women he rescues, so they try the lets be friends approach...and well we all know how well that all works out...LOL!
One hot sexy read!
I adored this book. Gabe was so patient with Megan. Their love story is beautiful and hot. I loved how even Summer saw how good they would be together. I honestly fall more and more in love with this family.
Happy Reading, Ashley
Everything fits in this book. I guess my main... nit to pick with this book is the amount of... self-sabotage that counts as internal conflict, in that the woman basically destroys the relationship before it starts because of some... tilted perspective due to some old wound she had to work through, i.e. I've been hurt once, I'd rather not feel ANY happiness than to deal with the POSSIBLE pain that may come. That is just... illogical, but then, this is about love, and logic be (bleep)ed.