Thursday, April 16, 2015






Crashing into Love (Love in Bloom, #20; The Bradens #12) by Melissa Foster
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Reading a Melissa Foster story means catching up with old friends. Each story I have read by Ms. Foster has allowed me to jump seamlessly into the world of the characters and not want to set it down until the story is finished. Crashing into Love is no exception. Jake and Fiona fell in love at a young age, but allowed youth and life circumstances to tear them apart. Fiona now realizing she has let the love of her life slip through her fingers is doing everything in her power for a second chance. Jake on the other hand remembers the pain of losing his first love and is not sure he wants to risk being hurt again. With Crashing into Love, Ms. Foster manages to create a story that anybody who has loved and lost can relate to. She also manages to show the important role family plays in many of the life decisions we make. I love her stories and would recommend them to anyone. I received an ARC for an honest review.




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