Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $3.99 shipping
+ $3.99 shipping
It Must Be Your Love (Seattle Sullivans) Mass Market Paperback – January 27, 2015
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
"The perfect combination of sexy heat and tender heart."
--Barbara Freethy, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Bella Andre writes warm, sexy contemporary romance that always gives me a much needed pick me up. Reading one of her books is truly a pleasure."
-- Maya Banks, New York Times Bestselling author
"I can't wait for more Sullivans!"
--Carly Phillips, New York Times Bestselling Author
"No one does sexy like Bella Andre."
--Sarah MacLean, New York Times Bestselling Author
"Loveable characters, sizzling chemistry, and poignant emotion."
--Christie Ridgway, USA Today Bestselling Author
About the Author
New York Times bestselling author Bella Andre is known for “sensual, empowered stories enveloped in heady romance” (Publishers Weekly). Winner of the Award of Excellence, the Washington Post has called her “one of the top digital writers in America.” Married with two children, Bella splits her time between Northern California and the Adirondacks. You can visit Bella online at www.BellaAndre.com.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Mia and Ford's journey to real love has been a rough one filled with heartache and betrayal. Finally after five years of emptiness Ford realizes what is really important to him......Mia. he sets out to win her back and she is having nothing of it. Holding on to her anger and hurt, Mia keeps him at arm's length. Changing tactics, Ford begins his campaign to become her best friend as well as the love of her life.
As I said I'm 50% of my way through the book and I'm totally irritated because the h is right back where she was 5 years ago, which means she can't keep her hands off the guy. I just wanted her to have some self-respect and keep him at a distance at least for a few days. These type of books make me want to throw my Kindle in despair. Are women so weak and spineless? I'm the first to admit that you have to suspend your disbelief when reading these types of books but I honestly wish this h had had more backbone and been a bit different from all the other women who chased after him. He only has to crook his little finger and she's throwing herself at him again. What are the chances of a true hea for characters like these?
I liked that she wanted to develop more into the friendship but it was kind of strange because for some reason that development felt somewhat shallow and pushed in little time. Which takes me to another point, lots of space is lost in details about each couple and their kids and how they met and how wonderful each story was, BUT, that space would be better used in the story being told and its characters' development.
Another thing bothering me for the last few books is that even the different characters and storyline and liking them, reading the books feels kind of repetitive. Maybe I need to give the Sullivans a break and read the rest after some rest and read something very different and come back to keep having sex Bella's style. :P Because I surely likes Bella's writing and ideas.
Mia Sullivan is a successful Seattle realtor. She has her own very successful business and has worked hard for her very independence. She has dated men over the years; but none were able to gain her love. Despite her reluctance to admit it, five years ago she gave her heart to Ford Vincent, a rock star. He had given it back to her and broken her heart so she had yet to find someone who she could trust with her love again. Most of the time she was content with her life but those occasions where the Sullivans all gathered together for someone’s wedding were a trial for her. The next wedding on the horizon is her cousin Marcus Sullivan, owner of Sullivan Winery, and Nicola, a pop star. She marveled at the way they worked their different careers out so they spent a lot of time together even on her tours. Why, she wondered, couldn’t that have worked out for herself and Ford. She put aside those thoughts and began to work out a series of houses for a VIP who wanted a house in Seattle. The client’s attorney arranged for the showings.
When she walked into the tower room of the first house she was going to show, she was startled to see Ford Vincent there. She immediately went back five years and became angry over how their affair ended. She was angry about that and that Ford had resorted to subterfuge to see her again. She wanted nothing to do with him.
Ford Vincent was a very successful rock star. He was currently allowing a film crew to follow him during his shows to make a documentary of his music life. He was adamant that his personal life stayed that way. Natasha, who was doing the documentary, came across a film from his early days and his first contact with Mia Sullivan. By their actions, she deduced that Mia was the reason Ford was not happy. That he loved this girl then and still did. It was her talking to him that made him finally make a move to get Mia back. However, the way he did it backfired on him. She left angrier than before.
Ford showed up at Marcus and Nicola’s wedding as a guest of Nicola’s. He sneaked in the room at the last moment to avoid detection. After the emotional wedding, he and Mia went to an adjacent building to talk. They were interrupted by her older brother. However, Ford had agreed to buy the house she showed him so was coming back to town on Monday to close the deal. The two of them decided they really needed to talk.
Can they get back what they had five years ago? Could they make something better? Can they figure out a way to combine their careers and both be happy?