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"Melissa Foster is quickly becoming one of my favorites. Fated For Love was amazing. It kind of reminds me of Jill Shalvis' books and they are my benchmark for contemporary romance awesomeness." --Books Like Breathing (on Fated for Love)
"Like Nora Roberts, Melissa Foster has captivated me with her fantastic, sexy, romantic stories." K. Winning
"Steamy sex scenes and heartfelt confessions...a satisfying addition to the 'Love in Bloom' series." - Midwest Book Review
"If you want a beautiful romance, with hot steamy sex scenes, a sexy couple; and a family oriented background; look no further then Lovers at Heart." Barb, The Reading Cafe
"Foster's tale of stubborn yet persistent love takes us on a heartbreaking and soul-searing journey." -- Reader's Favorite
"Contemporary romance at its hottest. Each Braden sibling left me craving the next. Sensual, sexy, and satisfying, the Braden series is a captivating blend of the dance between lust, love, and life." Bestselling author, Keri Nola (on The Bradens)
From the Author
If you enjoy the LOVE IN BLOOM series, you may enjoy my new series, HARBORSIDE NIGHTS.
HARBORSIDE NIGHTS is a sexy, hot, and evocatively real New Adult Romance series that follows a group of friends who have known one another for years as "summer" friends, and now come together after college to build their lives. They're tough, edgy, and accepting--most of the time. Catching Cassidy is written in the loving, raw, and emotional voice readers have come to love by New York Times & USA Today bestselling, award-winning author Melissa Foster.
Sienna Remington is a top New York model and you would think that she would be happy, she could pretty much have any man that she wanted. She loves her job and is very happy when modeling and she loves her family and is happy when she’s hanging out with them but when she isn’t doing those two things, she sits quietly at home, wishing for something more. She does date occasionally but those are few and far between and less than satisfying. She wants what her brothers are finding, she wants someone to see her for herself, not for her name or how beautiful she is, she wants romance, she wants true love. She finds it in the last place that she would have ever thought and it’s all because she is never prepared for anything.
Cash Ryder is a firefighter and he is always prepared and when he sees skid marks going off the road during a snow storm, he’s thankful that he is. One thing that he wasn’t prepared for though were the instant feelings that he has for his little damsel in distress. She has a smart mouth and can take it just as well as she can dish it out. When he gets roped in to doing the annual fireman calendar shoot to which Sienna is also working, neither are prepared for the feelings and sparks that ignites both of them when they brush up against each other.
Both though are battling their sets of demons though and it’s going to take trust to make it through.
It pained me to have to write a 3 star review for Melissa Foster’s last book Stroke of Love but I am so thankful that this book more than made up for that one! I’ve been a fan of Sienna from the beginning with her smart mouth and quirky attitude. She’s down to Earth and would rather dress down than dress up when not a modeling shoot. She and Cash are perfect for each other!
I absolutely loved the ending and the way that she worked in Gage from the Sisters in Love part of the series. GENIUS!!!! I’m assuming that the Ryder’s will take up after we learn the fates of all of the Remington’s and I think it’s wonderful how they seem to be headed full circle, at least that’s what I’m hoping for. Very well written Mrs. Foster!!!!!!
Don't judge a book by it's cover. I have to tell myself that with each new release from this series. What is wrong with the publisher? These covers have NOTHING to do with the stories. Since I started the series from the beginning (Snow Sisters) when the covers were more cute and whimsical I can honestly say the covers since about halfway through the Bradens would have kept me away as a new reader.
Anyway, about the story. This story, in some ways, has moved up to the position of one of the best of the series. I'm not sure what it was, but I really bought into the relationship between Sienna and Cash. As much as Sienna kind of pissed me off about a few things, Ms. Foster did a good job of still making her likable. And I was instantly intrigued when I realized that Cash is Gage's brother as Gage was my favorite peripheral character in the early books. Since the author has a tendency to continue this series by introducing a new big family (lots of brothers and one sister) I'm expecting this series to continue with the Ryder family.
Which brings me to the downfall of this book. I understand the bridal shower for Savannah and why it was written into the story, but trying to reintroduce so many couples at once and me trying to sort out who was who got confusing. I don't know that every one of them had to be mentioned.
I'm looking forward to the next two books since they are about the brothers we know the least about.
I've read all the books in Love in Bloom series. Melissa Foster writes well, the stories are smooth, engaging and has flow. The characters are fun, entertaining, adorable, hot -- easy to love. The families are huge, loving, loyal, full of alpha males and independent women. The beginning in this story was a hoot, so boisterous and lively with dialog. I was hooked immediately. Cash was just delightful! Siena and Cash had instant connection, attraction, heat. I enjoyed how they talked and worked through their obstacles, problems and differences. I felt the ending a bit rushed, but still adorable and cute. The heat level in this series is really high. Be prepared for long, detailed sex scenes. I admit, after the first two in this story, and they were lovely and had a great place in the romance , I just started to skip them, and at one scene, I counted I have to skip 10 pages on my Kindle. Just FYI - and something that takes the star down from me, because otherwise I love these stories. I think passion, attraction, connection, and the heat in the story can be portrayed without repeated, numerous, graphic scenes. That's just my opinion...