- File Size: 1522 KB
- Print Length: 390 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1482087928
- Publisher: Phoenix Rising Enterprises, Inc (August 20, 2012)
- Publication Date: August 20, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0091M9KDQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #210,878 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Looking for You (A Laurel Heights Novel Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Though I didn't read it while on vacation, instead it was read over two of the coldest days in South Texas it did warm my heart.
The story was a little implausible, a missing wine heiress living in disguise in San Francisco, only to hook up and casually date a private eye. Who just happened to want to know her secrets, but agreed not to dig for them while they were in the throws of having hot, passionate sex.
Then there was the journalist, Camille. So desperate to please her mother she for goes her dreams of being a writer and her chances of snagging her crush Dylan, she gets the unenviable task of covering the story of Gwen (the runaway heiress) who is now a gourd artist that has been chosen to show her pieces in the local museum. It is her that uncovers Gwen's secret and outs her to the world.
What I loved the most about this book was its easy pace and style, there was nothing that didn't draw you in no matter how much you thought the story wouldn't play out the way it did. The characters were likable, and the men deadly sexy. Isn't that what you want in a romance novel?
I do. I, at times wished the story had a little more depth or dimension, but overall when I reached the end I was smiling. This is the perfect beach read, there is nothing better than sun, sea and hot, hot seduction.
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There is at least one mis-used word in each book. Sheath vs sheaf; tact vs tack, etc. It’s a minor point – the rest of the book is good.
Find out in Book #4 of the Laurel Heights Series , this was a fun contemporary romance with a bit of suspense to it and definitely worth reading.
In Looking For You, the heroine Gwen just wants to create her gourd art and keep her past at bay, but circumstances conspire to 'out' her eventually, and she must cope with the fallout. An intertwining story follows Camille, the reluctant journalist, who wants to escape her mother's expectations and find her own voice. She is the catalyst for Gwen's exposure to the public, but her regrets in having done so also change her life for the better.
Kate Perry always delivers an engrossing story, but beyond that, I'm impressed by her understanding of human nature: how much we seek the approval of loved ones in our lives; how deeply we sometimes just need to be hugged and accepted; how passion can evolve between two unlikely people, who are just listening to their hearts and ignoring any societal attitudes about their coupling. - Don't miss this wonderful book! ~
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