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- Print Length: 62 pages
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- Publisher: Mirror Press (November 25, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 25, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AJRLI7S
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The reason it worked for the first book in this novella series is, because those characters had a history from being high school friends that established their connection already. With this story you have two people who don't know each other so, it's not as believable that they could fall that fast within the time frame given. I liked the chemistry between Liz and Sloane and the built in drama with his ex but I felt like this one needed at least another two or three chapters just to give them a little more time to mesh. Not a bad read by any means and I did enjoy the book, it just needed a bit more time on the burner.
I tend not to read too many romances because of the,excuse me romance fans, "trashy" novels some romance novels leave nothing to the imagination and as a Latter Day Saint and person who doesn't care for the continued details of a simple kiss or love scene that is not my taste as a reader in general. I like details but some romance novels go over the top. So thank you to author Heather B. Moore for keeping this book classy and clean. This is a short read for a reader looking to escape into a romance were the good is finding love, letting down your guard when you have been hurt before, and reading about two people capturing true love. Bravo Heather I look forward to more in this beautiful series.
What I didn't like about the book, how skeptical I can be when it comes to books, the main characters love interest Sloane was a little fishy at first and still I have it in my head that this man is a little too good to be true. Of course we all can find true love, I have in my life! But after 2 failed marriages how can 1 be so trusting like Liz. I have never been divorced so I could not relate to the pain of a failed marriage, but too me it was a little easy to get past Liz's guard and hurry love with Sloane. Of course in that said this is a novella, cannot take the time as a regular novel.
Overall I really like this series and cannot wait to read more!!! I do wish that at the end of the series author Heather Moore will take all the books and put them together in 1 paperback I would purchase that book in a heartbeat!!!
In fact, Liz Carlson will settle for a normal man. A normal man with a job, that is. Married twice, then divorced twice, Liz had her rose-colored glasses fall off and shatter on the ground a long time ago. Her main focus now is raising her six-year-old daughter and surviving long days at work on her feet as a hairdresser. When Sloane Branden answers her call for help, quite literally, Liz doesn't even give him a second glance. She has sworn off dating for as many years as it takes, and it seems that Sloane has done the same after his own tumultuous marriage. But when Liz realizes that Sloane defies every stereotypical deadbeat she has dated, she might just find room in her heart and discover the third time's the charm.
In this first novella of a planned series, Heather Moore introduces us to Liz, a woman who wants the same thing most of us do, a relationship that is based on the honest truth. But Liz has already been burned, not once, but twice, and is afraid to grow too near anyone again, especially in light of what another romance might mean to her relationship with her six-year-old daughter. Having sworn off men, of course the first thing that happens is that she meets the perfect guy--rich, handsome, and ready to come to her rescue. The only catch--he's got an ex-wife who seems to still be in love with him, and Liz knows the woman would get in the way, if there were a way to get in to. Determined to keep her own distance from Sloane, Liz finds herself drawn closer to him the more she tries to pull away. And that's where the fun begins.
An absolutely delightful and clean read that will satisfy romance fans, and leave them wanting more. As a matter of fact, although the novella came to the perfect conclusion, I'm hoping Moore will someday revisit this couple and answer some of the questions I still have about their future together, and what happens to the nasty, mean ex-wife!
(For the purist fans of Moore's genre historicals, know this novella is not what she writes for the Utah market, but nothing within it will prove more than mild to the general reader.)
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