Review

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

In the beginning, I was a bit hesitant about this book. It didn’t hold my attention that much. I thought the hero was a jerk. I mean, how can you say unkind things to someone you don’t even know? And he judged the heroine more than once.I just wanted to smack him in the head.

He did redeem himself as the book progressed. I mean, I still found him to be a bit of a jerk, but he didn’t annoy me as much as he did when I first started reading. The heroine was great.She was solid. I liked her, and I think she is doing a great job of juggling her career as well as taking care of her child.

I found this story to have surprising twists every now and then. While too much of of the events relied on their presumed “signs”, it didn’t really dwell into the paranormal stuff. Everything about the story was realistic. It’s just like us when we ask out dearly departed for signs that could help us in making big decisions or even just the small ones in our day to day lives.

I liked this story. Parts of it were light, but some parts were also heavy. I always like books about single parents. I grew up in that environment, so I know the struggles of both parent and child. Also, I like knowing that these people get a second chance at finding true love. After all, that’s what we’re really all about, isn’t it?

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – His Touch

Book 2 – His Kiss

Book 3 – His Love

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