If you love sweet romances (PG-rating), look no further than Rachelle Ayala's Have a Hart series. The Harts are a family of San Francisco firefighters. Their family motto is: Heart comes first.
Melisa Hart has a soft spot for her brother Connor's ex-best buddy, Rob Reed. Unfortunately, Rob slept with Connor's girlfriend and is no longer welcome with any of the Harts.
Melisa lends her pet lovebird for a Christmas Toy Drive, but a mix-up brings her face to face with Rob and his lovebird. Melisa is drawn into a whirlwind romance with Rob and discovers he hasn't told her the entire story.
Can two little lovebirds and Christmas cheer open Melisa's heart to giving Rob another chance?
Book One: Melisa & Rob, Christmas Lovebirds
Book Two: Jenna & Larry, Valentine Hound Dog
Book Three: Connor & Nadine, Spring Fling Kitty
Book Four: Cait & Brian, Blue Chow Christmas
Book Five: Jenna & Larry, Valentine Wedding Hound
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Chemistry laden, funny, drama-filled romance
- A D.
Not for me!
This book is a contemporary romance so I expect a good romance and I fell I did not get this from this book.
The main character Melisa loves, and always has, Rob her brothers (Conner) best friend. Before they went to College their friendship broke up because Rob told Conner that he slept with his girlfriend.
There is a reason for this which you find out later in the book. What I find hard to believe is that Conner didn't try hard enough to find out why this happened between the two people he cared about and why Rob did certain things after this. I don't want to say because it would spoil the story. This showed that he either new and didn't care or he was very stupid. He said he loved Melisa all this time yet he didn't try and get in contact with her or her family. He just gave up. He went off sleeping with other women whilst Melisa stayed a virgin because she loved Rob.
I didn't believe in the love story at all. Only ten years later did he decide to give it a go and even then he wanted to give up at times!
I am not saying that he should have stayed a monk but he should have tried to get in contact and he should not have slept with the person he did. I can not for the life of me understand why he did it when it was the cause of all their problems.
This might be for others but it is not for me.
The narrator was good.
I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.