In my eyes, I don’t think Ms. Foster could every write a bad book. I think she has mediocre books, but even that is just my opinion and is certainly up for debate. I mean, ever since the first book I read from her, I immediately became a fan. I loved the way her main characters are very easy to like, relate to, and root for. This book is no different from any other MF book I’ve read, because there’s the chemistry, emotion, and development present in the plot, as with every book from her.
River Of Love follows the trope that the player is usually the one who falls the fastest and the hardest. This was the hero. He was a player, to be honest. But the moment he found the one woman for him, he went out of his way to win her. He became this sweet, romantic man whose heart was out there for the taking. The heroine had no chance. Then again, just because the hero was the former player doesn’t mean he’s going to be the one to break the heroine’s heart, right?
I really liked the conflict and the high point of the story. Of course, I also loved how MF’s secondary characters also grab a reader’s attention. These characters aren’t there just to complete the story. No, the also have a significant part to the plot itself. I really enjoyed River Of Love. If I wasn’t a fan of Ms. Foster before, I definitely am one now.
She writes contemporary romance, new adult, contemporary women’s fiction, suspense, and historical fiction with emotionally compelling characters that stay with you long after you turn the last page. Her books have been recommended by USA Today’s book blog, Hagerstown Magazine, The Patriot, and several other print venues. She is the founder of the World Literary Café and Fostering Success. When she’s not writing, Melissa helps authors navigate the publishing industry through her author training programs on Fostering Success.
Melissa has been published in Calgary’s Child Magazine, the Huffington Post, and Women Business Owners magazine.Melissa hosts an Aspiring Authors contest for children and has painted and donated several murals to The Hospital for Sick Children in Washington, DC. Melissa lives in Maryland with her family.
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