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Released: February 24th 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
“Ms. Rohman infused this romance novel with a murder mystery that had me guessing the whole time. ” ~ Under the Covers
Zoe is an Interior Designer, great at her job and owns a thriving business. Due to her past, she has become an introvert and one thing she is adamant on is to follow a strict code of professionalism. And in no way, no how anyone can break that code until her friend Jada had given her a recommendation. This new client will sure test her boundaries.
Dr. Morgan Drake, a pre-divorcee new in town and looking to start anew. With a lofty budget, he hires Zoe to design and furnish his new pad leading him the need to pursue her. But before their HEA there will be a string of hardships they would have to endure. Love, loyalty and forgiveness will be their saving grace.
Ms. Rohman infused this romance novel with a murder mystery that had me guessing the whole time. The romance between Zoe and Morgan was swoon-worthy. Not to mention the hint of McSteamy in Morgan that made this read irresistible. Zoe was just as great. She earned my respect the moment she made the decision, not to date customers and or a married man. Cheating is just a total no-no for me.
Ms. Rohman also touches on sibling love, family feud and loss of a loved one. I was bummed with the outcome of Zoe’s brother’s story. I was hoping there would be more about him. Unfortunately, with things as they are, it is not going to happened. I am, however, am excited for more of Ms. Rohman’s work.
There were some spots on the book I found slow but overall a very satisfying read. Though Love M.D. and Love, Lies and the D.A. are not in a series, there is a cross-over of characters between the books. If you haven’t had the chance to read either of these books, I suggest you consider. It doesn’t matter which book you start with first as they are both stand alone reads.
*ARC provided by publisher
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