When Love Finds You
Publication date: August 10th 2020
Genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy
After pasts riddled with pain, can Hadlee and Bryce let themselves love again?
He was the perfect vacation fling.
I needed to get laid and live a little. One night with him would revive my shattered heart and arouse my senses. I could cast aside all my inhibitions and let my lust guide me.
And the best part, I would never have to see him again…or so I thought.
She was my last taste at freedom.
I used her, just like all the others that came before her. The women I chose to be with had only one purpose…to fulfill my needs, and then I was done.
But she was different. She put me off balance and got under my skin.
But what did it matter…it’s not like one night was going to change my future.
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This is a sweet story in which a one night stands ends up being much more. Both our main characters have a complicated past, both have trust issues and both are not looking for something serious. But when Bryce turns out to be Hadlee’s new boss, they both need to figure out if what they have is worth the risk.
Overall, It was and enjoyable story. Quick to read, funny at times and with heated moments, it will provide the nice relaxing time. But there were things I did not quite like, such as our characters’ backstories, especially Bryce’s. It was a little too much, in my opinion. The short length did not allow the story to fully develop, which makes the ending sole all the issues too sudden.
But I did enjoy it and I liked reading their love story. The passion, the respect for their career and the efforts they are ready to make to start over together are nice.
Until next time, Happy Reading!
Lynn Wolff is a contemporary romance author and poet. She’s a wife, a mother, an animal lover, and a huge romance junkie. She likes her heroines smart and strong, her heroes with charisma and style, and she has never read a romance hero she didn’t like.
She lives in the northeastern region of the United States with her family but is ready to ditch the cold winters and move to warm, sunny Florida. She would much rather be shoveling sand than snow. When she isn’t plotting or furiously tapping away on her keyboard, she is deep into the art of poetry, creating mini stories through rhythm and rhyme.