I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Julia Harper
Released: Feb. 24, 2015
Published by Forever Romance
“Harper’s writing is fresh and inviting, creating easy enjoyment for readers” ~ Under the Covers
As a long time fan of Elizabeth Hoyt’s Historical Romances, it thrilled me to learn that she would be revisiting her previous work as Julia Harper and rereleasing her older contemporaries.
Maisa met her unforgettable one night stand again in the form of a sexy cop Sam West. That night with him is one she’d likely wish to forget because as much as she enjoyed it at the time, the last thing she needs is a relationship. Sam and Maisa’s banter infuses charm into this book. However, Maisa starts out prickly in the beginning. Somehow, Sam is able to thaw her out.
In addition to the romance, secondary characters are introduced and are played up, becoming sources of support and inspiration to the main characters of the story. While I enjoyed this, it can detract attention from the hero and heroine at times.
Harper’s writing is fresh and inviting, creating easy enjoyment for readers. As my first book by this author, I will no doubt be looking forward to explore more of her work.
*ARC provided by publisher
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