Pages: 384 pages
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Intro: I spent the morning in the vet’s office. Rambo got into a chocolate stash. In a closet. On a shelf. Up high. I don’t even know how. But I was worried. Because I love him. A lot. So we took him to the vet. He’s fine and I am apparently a basketcase. I also ended up with a touch of food poisoning so there was that. So this review was a bit delayed. But, even delayed, I did love this book. There are some authors that you love but you sometimes forget that you love. Lori Wilde is one of them for me but I promise to remember this time.
Heroine: Breeanne-For some reason I have been reading so many books where the heroine had an unrequited crush on the hero. Is the universe trying to tell me something? I did love Breeanne. She was so likeable and just so normal. She was so refreshing because I am still reading Mary Balogh’s early regencies and they tend toward the not so normal.
Hero: Rowdy-This is the third book I picked up this month with a hero named Rowdy. Kind of strange. But I really did like this Rowdy. He was such a gentleman with Breeanne and accepted her for who she was.
Chemistry: Rowdy and Breeanne were the sweetest…and I do mean that. Breeanne had a crush on Rowdy when she was a teenager—another reoccurring theme in my recent reads—but he never pushed that advantage with her. He was so sweet and kind to her and Breeanne was a loveable dork that I think I could be friends with.
Conclusion: I absolutely loved this book. Rowdy and Breeanne were such real and engaging characters. Their story was so sweet and I loved how realistically it progressed. I will definitely be reading more of Lori Wilde’s books—and remembering how much I love her books for the next time.
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Lori Wilde has sold seventy-eight works of fiction to four major New York Publishing houses.
Her first NYT bestseller, the third book in her Twilight, Texas series, The First Love Cookie Club has been optioned for a television movie. The town of Granbury, Texas, upon which her fictional town of Twilight, Texas is loosely based, honors Lori with an annual Twilight, Texas weekend each Christmas.
A popular writing instructor, Lori is a two time RITA finalist and has four times been nominated for Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award. She's won the Colorado Award of Excellence, the Wisconsin Write Touch Award, The Golden Quill, the Lories, and The More than Magic.