I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Toni Blake
Released: April 24 2018
Series: The Rose Brothers #3
Published by Self Published
“Blake does a good job of going through the emotions to create a believable story. ”
~ Under the Covers
As a long-time fan of Toni Blake, I was really happy to get a chance to read this book. Although this is the first book of the series that I’ve tried, I found that it was very easy to fall into this world that Blake has created. I think if you’re a fan of small-town romances with a southern vibe to it, then you’ll definitely enjoy this book.
HEARTSTRINGS is a second-chance love story for Josie and Tanner. After fleeing to pursue her music career, Josie has suddenly returned to Sassafras, South Carolina it’s a big surprise for Tanner. Though they parted suddenly, there’s still a lot of chemistry between their characters.
To be honest, it took me a while to warm up to both the characters. But I think that’s mostly due to the fact that I am coming into this series without having read the other books in the series. With each brother getting a book, obviously the books will connect more and that attachment will be there from the beginning. Nevertheless, this book was a very quick and easy read. I am still in love with the way Blake writes, but this book does feel a lot more laid-back than some of her previous books.
Tanner and Josie do have a lot to overcome before they can be together and Blake does a good job of going through the emotions to create a believable story. I am definitely looking forward to going back to read the other books in the series.
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