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Opening Hearts: A Hero's Heart Romance #1 (Hero's Heart Series) Kindle Edition
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I have to be honest and say that throughout the book I just kept waiting for something of significance to jump out at me and, in my opinion, it never did. It left me with a blah feeling and I had trouble believing the big turn around in the hero and the sincerity was lacking.
Even though they had no plans to see each other after the cruise, I felt a bit betrayed by the hero when he went and found a red headed green-eyed gal at a party to hook up with because she kind of reminded him of the heroine. He was told to stay clear of her because she had stalker-ish tendencies in relationships but he wouldn't listen and just had to bed her...while the heroine who was crazy about him was home alone carrying his child with no way to contact him. I'm sorry, but regardless this type of thing leaves a very foul taste in my mouth.
Would I recommend? Let's just say I wouldn't read it again if I had know.
On the plus side, both our hero and heroine were normal people who didn't do any unnecessary drama even if one could expect it from the book. Honestly, a lot of other authors probably would have solved the situation (no, not going to spoilt it for you) with a break up or huge fight scene, but Findley didn't. She made both the hero and heroine compromise with each other's choices and it really worked. Their choices didn't seem out of their character and I really liked the end solution.
Oh, I also liked that the heroine was 8 years older than the hero. It was a refreshing change from my usual books where usually the hero is older than the heroine; or they're the same age. But this time round the heroine was older (not by much, really, but still) and I liked that the hero wasn't perturbed by it in the slightest. I liked that they didn't make it into a big messy bundle of "you're too young for me" or "oh, god, she's so old!".
If you want a quick sweet read with no unnecessary drama, then give it a shot.