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You Belong with Me (Cupid's Bow Book 5) by [Storm, Melissa]
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  • File Size: 3820 KB
  • Print Length: 94 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Partridge & Pear Press (July 1, 2015)
  • Publication Date: July 1, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XGIEM52
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**** "You Belong With Me" by Melissa Storm
(Individual publication as well as in the box set "Spring Into Romance")

I really enjoyed the first book in this continuation of the Cupid Bow series and book one in the Third Generation.

Melissa Storm has mastered the ability to write from her heart in such a way that her readers can feel what she wants them to feel. She is able to connect with her readers at a visceral level using her characters and storylines.

While her writing is simplistic, at times, it is also descriptive and entertaining.

This is a sweet heartwarming novel that eventually brings carefree Charlie and stuffy Will together for the long term...

Charlie meets Will at the dog park where she has brought her newly adopted Rottweiler Rugby. He is out of control behavior wise which leads to Will reluctantly offering to to help teach Charlie to train her dog. Soon the dogs are best friends and both are well behaved, leaving Charlie and Will having to find their way to each other little by little and through trial and error.

As a dog lover and a rescue mom of over 5 dogs thus far, I fell in love with Rugby and Tuck straight away. I loved several of the scenes with the dogs interacting with Charlie and Will. Some were funny, some were sweet and heartwarming, and some just made you fall more in love with them and thus, Charlie and Will.

I really liked the two main characters and Melissa really made them easy to relate to. Her storyline was realistic as Charlie and Will made their meandering way of finally coming together...and heading for their HEA.

A gem of a story I would recommend in general, but especially for those who are dog lovers and like sweet, heartwarming novels.

This is another great hit in the Cupid Bow series.
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This quick, uplifting read was perfect for a lazy summer afternoon. Char and Will were likable characters who seem at first glance to have little in common except for their dog companions. Physically Charlie looks a lot like Will’s ex-girlfriend who shattered his heart with her infidelity a year prior. As Will and Char spend more time together (He’s helping her train her new dog), Will realizes that Charlie is actually nothing like his cold-hearted ex, Ashlee. Meanwhile, Charlie is determined to keep Will at a safe distance. She likes her independence and fears commitment. Just adopting her new pet was a huge step for Charlie.

The friendship between the two dogs, a Golden Retriever and Rottweiler, was fun also. Tuck is a mild-mannered, well-behaved dog while Rugby is rambunctious and impetuous. This is a charming story that dog lovers especially will get a kick out of.

This book was given to me in exchange for my honest review.

Reviewed by Laurie-J
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Unleash My Heart
By Melissa Storm
Reviewed by Jaime Kurp

This is a story about a man and a woman falling in love because of a dog. Will always planning has given up on love. Charlie a carefree spirit has taken on owning a dog that she can’t control. Will and Charlie meet and you get to read about their journey. Do they fall in love or do they think that they are way too different to be together. Read this story to find out what happens. You won’t be disappointed.
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Note: I was given a complimentary copy for an honest review.

Having read the books in order, I was able to pick up quickly with who Charlie is. She's Deborah's granddaughter who was raised by Deborah and Rip after Charlie's parents died. However, somewhere along the line, Charlie got the impression that love and family meant giving up your personality and freedom. Consequently, she decides that she wants nothing to do with either and chooses to pursue casual sex instead. What she doesn't realize is that casual sex doesn't satisfy. Therefore, when she meets Will at a dog park, she instinctively starts to pursue him for a quick, meaningless fling, only to find that he is quickly becoming much more.

Will is still trying to get over the betrayal of his ex when he meets Charlie. Even though there seems to be an immediate attraction, he goes along with her desire for a quick fling only to find that she's now consuming his thoughts. Can he convince her to give him a chance at a real relationship? Will she forever run from love? Can he forget his ex?

On the one hand, I can understand the criticism of some of the lower scores where they accuse Charlie of being without morals. On the other hand, if you read the complete book, you will read how she changes and matures. She realizes the emptiness of how she's been living and develops into someone willing to settle down and have a future together.

Romance - closer to PG13 due to innuendos and sexual references. Nothing is graphic or explicit. They do have sex, but it is referenced, not described. There are descriptions of passionate kisses.
Language - closer to PG13 due to some swear words. Nothing strong though.

My rating - 3.5
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Maybe Charlie Rockwell should have thought a little harder before adopting the large, out-of-control rescue dog she saw featured on the local news--but, then again, her life has always been best with no waiting, no attachments, nobody to hold her back.
Will Porter lives a life of order and routine, so, of course, he's miffed when a savage Rottweiler picks a fight with his golden retriever at the dog park. His anger quickly vanishes when he looks into the tearful eyes of the dog's owner--eyes that look strikingly similar to his ex's. Even though he'd like nothing more than to run in the other direction, he's unable to ignore the beautiful stranger's request for help in taming her new dog.
Can Will get past her resemblance to his ex and finally learn to love--and trust--again? And can Charlie find the fun in a simpler existence? Who knows, maybe opposites really do attract.

Charlie's grandmother sounds like she was quite a remarkable woman in her youth. Its just a shame that Charlie feels like she threw her life away when she married. This shaped a lot of Charlie's thoughts concerning deeper relationships love, and marriage. Charlie was definitely unorthodox in her own way. She never had a lasting relationship with a man; just brief flings, some lasting several weeks. Charlie and Will are so different She is spontaneous and Will is a planner, every risk weighted. Will was fighting the attraction at first, he was just getting over heartbreak. But he still was drawn in. The only problem is he was drawn into really liking her and wanting to know her more she was drawn into lust for him. He's hoping for more.
The two dogs were as much a part of the story as the people. Rugby was the rescue dog who stole Charlie's heart.
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