Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Along Came Love/ Tracey Livesay/ 384 pgs


This was a fun contemporary romance that starts with the heroine being arrested for burglary. While that sounds crazy, things settle down from there. The heroine, India, is a free spirit who has attachment issues due to a childhood spent in foster homes. The hero is an IT CEO with loads of money (though he’s thankfully not obnoxious about it, except for one small line that the heroine gives him grief for) and a protective instinct. These two hooked up for a sexy weekend some three months ago and guess what--India is pregnant. I enjoyed this story because the characters felt like real people and the author wasn’t afraid to tackle tricky subjects (adoption, foster care, interracial relationships) head on and with real emotion. This is a new-to-me author and while I’m not a huge fan of contemporaries, I am tempted to seek out her other books.

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