In Read, Write, Love...
Best-selling author Kurt Remington lives to write. He spends 12 hours a day in front of his computer, rarely leaving the seclusion of his beach-front property, where he's come to finish his latest thriller - that is, until free-spirited Leanna Bray nearly drowns in the ocean trying to save her dog. Kurt's best-laid plans are shot to hell when he comes to their rescue. Kurt's as irritated as he is intrigued by the sexy, hot mess of a woman who lives life on a whim, forgets everything, and doesn't even know the definition of the word organized.
Leanna's come to the Cape hoping to find a fulfilling career in the jam-making business, and until she figures out her own life, a man is not on the menu. But Leanna can't get the six-two, deliciously muscled, and tragically neat Kurt out of her mind. She tells herself she's just stopping by to say thank you, but the steamy afternoon sparks a wild and sexy ride as Kurt and Leanna test the powers of Chemistry 101: Opposites Attract.
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Game of Love (Dex)
Stroke of Love (Sage)
Flames of Love (Siena)
Slope of Love (Rush)
Read, Write, Love (Kurt)
The Remingtons: This steamy contemporary romance series features alpha male heroes and sexy, empowered women. They're flawed, funny, passionate, and relatable to listeners who enjoy new adult romance, contemporary romance, and women's fiction. While each audiobook may be listened to as a standalone, you might enjoy listening to the entire Love in Bloom series.
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By Jo Venison on 21-03-18
Two worlds collide
Leanna and Kurt are opposites. He is organised and enjoys the solace of his beach house for his writing. Leanna, on the other hand is the complete opposite. She is unorganised and works in chaos, yet they cannot stop thinking about each other.
They meet by chance when Kurt comes Leanna's rescue on the beach during the rain, and when Leanna returns to say thank you, things get a little and they realise there is some truth in the old saying, opposites attract.
During Kurt and Leanna's story, we also begin to meet the girls at Seaside and start to understand the closeness and feeling of family they share. This story only touches on these themes, yet they all have their own story to tell.
By katiemay on 16-11-17
Opposites definitely attract
They have different personality's and shouldn't be a match but from the moment Kurt rescues Leanna and her dog he is hooked. She is quirky, untidy and not sure what she wants in life, he is organised, tidy bordering on OCD and knows what he wants in life. They form an easy friendship which blossoms into a full blown romance. And on top of it all he loves her dog. This is a great introduction to the next series from Melissa the Seaside series. We get to meet Leanna's best friends who all have different sides to them but all fit. Loved this book, had the right amount of laughter, tears and romance. Definitely worth a listen.
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By Shy G. on 14-08-18
My Thoughts on Read, Write, Love
I almost wonder if Melissa Foster was trying to save the best for last with Kurt Remington's book. If that was the plan then she absolutely succeeded in my opinion.
Don't get me wrong, I have loved the Remington series from start to finish. Every book was filled with so much love and heart and family commradery. Big families where I get to watch all the siblings fall in love one by one are one of my favorite things to read about (or listen to as I did with this one). This whole series hits the mark for all those, but Kurt is going to hold a special place for me now. Not only is he a writer so obviously he has a love of books, but I just loved his and Leanna's whole story. The exciting first meeting, the way these two opposites attracted, the way he helped her feel comfortable with herself in a way no other guy has every been able to do before, and the way she could get him out of his own head and away from his computer to enjoy life. There was just so much to love about these two as a couple. And love them I did.
Once again BJ Harrison did a fantastic job with narration. His voice is soothing but also manages to convey a lot of emotion. It's a great fit for these books.
I now only wish I had started the Love in Bloom books from the beginning, but I absolutely plan to go back and catch all that I have missed. I want all the Melissa Foster I can get my hands (or ears) on now.
By Mommysuz on 30-07-18
Authoraholic meets no boundaries Jam Maker…….
When Kurt rescues Leanna and her dog from the ocean the attraction hits him hard and that attraction was instant. Talk about two people who are complete opposite. I just love this audio book. With summer hear, I sit pool side with my headphones. Or I listen with I drive to and from work each day. What better way to listen to BJ Harrison. I love his narration, he has such a calming way about him.
This review is of my own opinion.