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Catching Heir (Dreamspun Desires Book 23) Kindle Edition
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What I especially liked about this story was the interaction between Cullen and Matt. There’s only a short time of initial conflict, so it’s not really an enemies-to-lovers story. For much of the story they are 'together' and this makes a change. Stories all too often take ages before the relationship proper starts and I'm left wishing there was more development by the time the story ends. And another plus, there’s no big misunderstanding with one of the characters walking out in a huff.
The hotel manager and the snowboarding superstar are opposite but nice, easy-going characters. Both have a vested interest in the success of the aging hotel. Matt is overworked, but a successful people person. Cullen is not afraid to pitch in and help as they prepare to open for the new season, plus he has an inspired vision for the future and, with Matt’s support, they make a success of this new venture. They work well together and I really enjoyed this part of the story.
The main worry for their relationship is whether Matt will stay to manage the hotel or move on and whether Cullen will continue to travel the world as he competes in various snowboarding competitions.
There’s a main plot line, but there are also many scenes based around the running of the hotel and meal times. The chef is a great character who produces lots of fabulous food for the staff and guests. The poor guy was certainly overworked. I felt sorry for him.
The sex scenes mostly fade to black, but these guys are clearly attracted to each other and are making-out off the page. To stir up trouble there are a couple of awkward guests, issues with the historical society, and Cullen’s ex makes an appearance too.
This is a well-written, sweet, low-angst romance with little drama or on-page explicit scenes. The relationship between Matt and Cullen is heartwarming and the story finishes with a happy and uplifting ending.
I have come to associate Dreamspun Desires with John Solo as he seems to be the main narrator. He has a distinctive and engaging voice, produces superb characterizations, and his timing and portrayal of emotions all make his narration high quality. Although for this story I wasn't sure at first if the main character’s name was Colin or Cullen until I checked the blurb. His performance draws you into the story and keeps your attention.
I loved the characters and watching them fall for each other was good but not all that exciting, honestly. They played off each other very well. Bringing something out in the other the way true opposite attracts can do; but there was no great story here. I felt the blurb hinted at more of a struggle with Matt convincing Cullen to put down roots but that conversation between them never happened.
They created this awesome, fun, and cute friendship that lead to more than one night out together. But the romance just grew from their, more of an organic process, with no great obstacle. Their thoughts on “What do I want?” were internal monologues versus something they discussed between them. Each figuring it out on their own without a word from the other.
Other than the one smexy scene in the car that fateful night out; all of the other sex scenes were fade to black. They would talk about going to the bedroom or start off making out on the couch then that was it. One scene confused me a bit since one guy started out on the bottom for the make out session but somehow was the one to get up first and help the other up. It could be something that was missed by all the people but really shouldn’t have been.
The details about Treeline (the hotel), the food, the land, and the staff were there and you could see each was important to Matt and how you see that world. I wish there was more of something with the story and maybe it’s just me not connecting with the story. Like I mentioned before the characters she created were great but the story just wasn’t for me but maybe it’ll hit home for you better.
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