- File Size: 675 KB
- Print Length: 326 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc; 1 edition (June 26, 2013)
- Publication Date: June 26, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DNO9S8K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #817,357 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lucas has always been the best friend of one Elise's brothers and she has know him since he was a child. Now it is twelve years since she has seen him and she is a successful architect in California. She has the organization skills, the architectural skills to remodel his business and home and she falls in love with Todd.
The story has conflict as Elise and Lucas work sometimes together and sometimes not so together to solve the murder of his brother. The story has an interesting cast of characters from his brother's ex-wife, Elise's old best friend, her abusive cop husband to the adorable Todd. Add two overprotective brothers, her supportive father, the staff at the Child Protective Services and Cindy the nurse for her dad, Cindy's brother Nick, an honest cop and J.B., Lucas's assistant and one can't forget Lucas's ex-girlfriend, some high powered clients the two fools she works for in San Francisco and the comedy starts.
Key to Love is most of all a love story, as the title indicates and a very interesting mystery too, as the actions moves along to Elise solving the murder too. You ask, who done it? Well, if you want to know you will have to read the story and be surprised, just like I was. Key to Love is an excellent story.
This was such a fun read animal crackers and all. From Liz and Lucas arguing about watches and shoes to groceries and bathroom time these two characters will have readers laughing.
There is a mystery involving Lucas's older brother and finding Ranger, Todd's stuffed animal. I am surprised the state did not run a deeper investigation into the death of Lucas's brother.
Liz seems to be a female that does not like men walking over her, calling her honey, sweetie, babydoll, etc but when it comes to her boss she lets these men take advantage of her so much. I wonder why she allows it. It seems like she did not see this and kept allowing it to happen for years. While visiting her hometown she finally realizes this is what's happening and determines to put a stop to this.
This was a fun fast read. I started and finished in one night. I admit I really need to stop reading books that make me laugh. My hubby really does not appreciate being woke up and then growl at me when I state it's the books fault. J
I enjoyed that this book focused more on the romance happening between Lucas and Liz along with the mystery surrounding the death of Lucas's brother than then characters jumping in bed every other page.
I recommend this to contemporary romance readers who enjoy a little mystery and laugher in their books.
The bunnies and I give this book 4 carrots.
First, the mystery of Lucas' brother's death was in the middle of their story. I know this happened to have a little suspense in it, but it was not supposed to occupy at least 60% of the story. Elise, an architect appeared to have more sense to have unfolded the mystery.
Second, how can Lucas crash on Elise's father when he was told to be a multi millionaire after all. I understand the secrecy that the money should be to protect it from greedy people, but at least rent your own place.
Third, the bosses of Elise who depended too much on her and on the verge of abusing her talent with no proper benefits nor rewards to offer her kept some part of the busy story as well.
Overall, there were a lot of sub stories but due to their numbers they snatched the essence of the story from Elise and Lucas. There were only few moments that they've shared together. The author has developed the characters very well but I believed she failed to weave them all together to create harmony within the story. Still a quick and easy read but no re-reading in the future I must say.
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Summary: Key to Love
When architect Elise Springer's father is injured, she immediately...Read more