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 Miranda Liasson
Released: January 29, 2019
Series: Angel Falls #2
Published by Forever
“While I enjoyed this story, it also lacked a little extra something to really keep me satisfied.”
~ Under the Covers
There’s a certain charm that comes with small town romances and the Angel Falls series is a sweet one for sure. I was looking forward to THE WAY YOU LOVE ME because it features a hero who is a writer, single father, raising his little girl back in his small town. He’s also teaching a writing class and he falls for one of his students. The great thing about that is that even though it has the student/teacher trope both characters are the same age. This is a creative writing class taken by adults and our heroine is a successful lawyer who is curious about what her life could be if she follows in her passion.
While I enjoyed this story, it also lacked a little extra something to really keep me satisfied. Yes, there’s some push and pull between the hero and the heroine. The tropes are used very well and they made this story endearing. But somehow it was missing something I can’t quite put my finger on. The romance between the main characters, while adorable, didn’t excite me as much as … say… the romance between two side characters. The heroines’ brother who is a firefighter and the heroine’s best friend who is a baker. I think for me those two brought more spark to this story than the main couple. That’s not to say I didn’t enjoy this story, because I did. But it wasn’t memorable.
Nevertheless, I do find Ms. Liasson’s writing perfect for the sweet small town trope and I’ll be checking out the next one as soon as it lands on my hands. I have a feeling that will be my favorite of the series.
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