but true love is hard to ignore.
It is safe to say that neither Charlotte or Beau are quite ready for the other. Beau agreed to spend a few weeks fixing up Sterling House but he was unprepared for the whirlwind that is Charlotte Sterling. Charlotte has been struggling with writer’s block for weeks but one look at Beau and she can feel her muse coming back. Over the course of the few weeks Beau is at the inn they learn more about each other and their connection just grows stronger each day. But this is a temporary thing, right?
I love reading Melissa Foster books because of so many reasons; one of the best things is the way she can intertwine two characters who have flaws and make them #relationshipgoals. Yes I realize they are fictional people, but the way they connect almost instantly and the patience Charlotte has when trying to get Beau to let his walls down – so sweet. The book is a decent length (over 300 pages in print) so it may take a day to finish but it would be well worth it & you’ll be so engrossed in the story it’ll feel like time is flying by.
I have read a handful (but really only scratching the surface) of the authors books. They all have common aspects & themes but are each unique in their own way. I really like the fact that they can all be read as standalone – so it doesn’t matter if this is your first Melissa Foster book or if it is your 20th. Another thing is that they’re all connected so you may revisit people from prior books or meet people that you will see in later books again. I honestly just can’t say enough good things about her writing; it’s amazing and you will love it!
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emotionally compelling characters that stay with you long after you turn the last page. Melissa’s emotional journeys are lovingly erotic and always family oriented–perfect beach reads for contemporary romance lovers who enjoy reading about wealthy heroes and smart, sassy heroines.