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Jasmine and Kevin are very well-rounded and realistic characters. They have both been bruised by life & love, and when love comes a knockin', it isn't a magical cure-all for all their issues and insecurities. They have to take a chance and risk getting hurt.
I completely understand Jasmine's initial reluctance to start something with Kevin, who wouldn't be daunted by two exes and 4 kids? Relationships can be difficult enough when it's just two people.
The banter between Kevin and Jasmine was delightful, especially the flirting when they first get to know each other.
Jasmine's a really strong and confident woman, which I really loved! I was completely sold onJasmine's project and felt more than a little disappointed that I couldn't go out and buy her book or go watch her exhibit.
Kevin's a good father and a good man, who does his utmost to maintain a good relationship with both his exes and to be there for his children. He's very determined to be strong & put together, to not be seen as weak. And that is his downfall... because it keeps him from realising how much he cares for Jasmine and it's also the reason why he doesn't want to be honest with her about his rheumatoid arthritis.
I wanted to shake Kevin at a certain point... he took a long time to get to his senses! But he made up for it in the end with a lovely grand gesture!
The supporting characters are very well-written, and helped create a sense of family and support for the hero and heroine. There were quite a lot of "extra scenes" with the supporting cast so to speak, that, though necessary to show the reader who Kevin and Jasmine are and what they've been through, sometimes also slowed down the pacing of the story a bit too much to my liking.
All in all, a very enjoyable read.
Jasmine is working on a very important photography project for an upcoming book, and after telling Kevin about it, they end up working together on a part of it when she visits his hometown in Carolina.
She’s focused on her work and though she’s attracted to him, she doesn’t want to get caught up in the drama she assumes may follow him. Kevin was a father of four children with two different women, both of whom he was in long-term relationships. I feel like there are sometimes negative stereotypes about men with multiple children in novels. I appreciated the fact that Synithia showed a healthy relationship with all children and their mothers. Jasmine had her own hang-ups about being with a man with children, thanks to the demise of her last relationship and some issues she had with her stepmother.
In Guarding His Heart, both Jasmine and Kevin had to learn to trust each other and their hearts to acknowledge when something great enters their lives. Both had trust issues from past experiences that almost cost them the happiness they both deserved. They each had personal issues that they were hiding until they realized that they could be vulnerable to each other. I liked reading about that, and with those subplots being so strong, I feel like the romance almost took a back seat. Their chemistry was a bit mild for me and while I appreciated the fact that they found their way back to each other, I wasn’t necessarily invested.
Guarding His Heart, the second book in the Scoring for Love series is a quick read about letting go of preconceived notions and allowing yourself to love again after heartbreak.