Stand-alone Whisper Lake romance, complete with HEA--and plenty of heat and heart along the way!
There is a thin line between love and hate. For Allison Walsh, that line was a tightrope hanging a hundred feet in the air, with no safety net to catch her if--or when--she fell.
Ali was barely treading water after losing her big brother, who was her hero and best friend. His sudden death left her to raise her twin nephews when the man that was supposed to share the responsibility with her went MIA after the funeral.
Kade's MMA training made him a champion, but it never equipped him to fight off the one force beyond his control: his feelings for his best friend's little sister. He's sure his demons mean he's not good enough for her, but he's going to do everything in his power to conquer them.
When the sexy, tattooed fighter shows up on Ali's doorstep out of the blue with a bag hanging over his shoulder and a smile that would make a nun blush, he seems different. But after all he's put her through, Ali's not in a forgive-and-forget kinda mood.
Will Kade prove that he's the man worthy of Ali's heart and trust, or will his past sins determine their future?
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A sweet childhood friends to lovers romance with plenty hot moments in the mix.
My first book by this author who I discovered while browsing books available in KU and it's free so worth grabbing because it is a sweet romance.
The story was touching.
Ali had lost her parents, then years later her brother in an accident leaving her with shared guardianship of his two sons along with Kade who was her brother's best friend.
Following the funeral Kade who is an MMA fighter or was, went AWOL leaving Ali to look after two teenage boys alone.
The blurb drew me to this story, hot MMA fighter, but there was no action with regards to that, the fighting was a part of his past by the time Kade came back on the scene turning up at Ali's door. THE BLURB WAS MORE EXCITING THAN THE STORY ITSELF.
Kade returns a year on from the funeral after claiming he needed to sort his life out which doesn't go down well with Ali who has been struggling raising the boys alone when they were also supposed to be Kade's responsibility too.
WHISPER OF LOVE is a good story with a happy hea, it lacked angst and I just didn't like it being third person, I couldn't connect with the characters and I've found that's normally the case with third person, it's more of a story than feeling like your with the character on their journey.
Should this author consider writing first person dual pov I may read another.