ARC Review: Heat of the Moment by Robin Kaye

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ARC Review: Heat of the Moment by Robin Kaye
Heat of the Moment
Book Info

Released: October 21st 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 103


“Overall, a cute and heartfelt story.” ~ Under the Covers

Erin took a position as a live-in Nurse for a seven-year-old post surgery cancer patient. While working on her Master’s thesis, she expected this job to be low key. Now, what she is what she didn’t expect is for her patient to have a father whom she’ll have an attraction to and, so it seems, it’s a mutual feeling. Cameron also didn’t expect to have any kind of feelings for Erin as his focus the past two years has just been his daughter. They will avoid and deny all their feelings but in one Heat of the Moment, they will give in to their desires and just like that….their lives will change.

I’ve always enjoyed Ms. Robin’s work. Her stories are always sweet and romantic. Erin and Cam’s story was just that. However, it was too short for my liking. The premise or storyline in itself is good, but the short length took away the time Erin and Cameron could get to know each other and fall in love. Though, I believe in love at first sight; Erin and Cam are older and well, I would’ve like to see more page time for them.

Overall, a cute and heartfelt story. Other than the insta-love, I enjoyed reading this book. The characters are fun, sexy and intriguing. I’m curious if Ms. Kaye have plans to explore the characters in this story, but I see great potential.

*ARC provided by publisher


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About Robin Kaye

Robin Kaye was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge next door to her Sicilian grandparents. Living with an extended family that’s a cross between Gilligan’s Island and The Sopranos, minus the desert isle and illegal activities, explains both her comedic timing and the cast of quirky characters in her books.

She’s lived in half a dozen states from Idaho to Florida, but the romance of Brooklyn has never left her heart. She currently resides in Maryland with her husband, three children, two dogs, and a three-legged cat with attitude.


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