Now I have to read all the other books. The narrator pulls you into the story with ease. I kinda like how the suspense of the story was emotional. You..Show More » really work through the past problems with daisy and Luke. I smiled through the whole book.
I knew when I read Taken by love I wanted a story about these two. Me being a big book worm of course I wanted a love story about a librarian. But Cal..Show More »lie was just so sweet and awkward around Braden it had to happen. I loved it and can't wait to get another.
Melissa Foster writes sweet, touching romances with a fair amount of heat thrown in. This one is no exception. Pierce was a very likable guy and..Show More » Rebecca was an incredible character who could kick men's butts if she had to and was full of pride, but also had an incredibly soft side. Their relationship was pretty smooth sailing with very few rough spots. Pierce's best quality was his understanding of Rebecca and what she needed. I'd love to have that guy! The only thing I didn't like about the story was that it was another story of a super, super rich guy who falls for a poor, down-on-her-luck woman who couldn't care less about his money. Really? If I was living in my car, I don't think the money would be insignificant to me. That's just me. The performance of the book by B.J. Harrison was exceptional as always. I was given a complimentary copy of this audio book.
Melissa Foster has written the best couple ever in Ross and Elisabeth. Ross in so caring and considerate of Elisabeth that it just melted my heart! Al..Show More »l the animals that were thrown into the mix didn't hurt any either. Ross is a small town veterinarian and Elisabeth has inherited her aunt's house, business and animals. She bakes and sells pies and wants to open a business grooming and pampering dogs and cats. the only thing is, the little town isn't exactly accepting her. As the two enter into a relationship, Ross attempts to help her be accepted. Can he accept love at the same time? Elisabeth's past may threaten everything even if he can. Great romantic story and great narration by B.J. Harrison!
Dae Bray (sigh) is amazing. The romance, the love, the understanding all makes him the best so far. The fact that Dae and Emily have pretty much oppos..Show More »ite jobs, yet he doesn’t think twice about it being an issue between them makes his true feelings shine through. There is never a doubt that Emily and Dae will end up together.
From the first time Melissa Foster brought Emily into the books, I wanted to know her story. I knew she would find her happy every after, I mean she is a Braden, but who, when, and where??? Of all the female characters in this series she is the toughest, the roughest, and the most deserving. Her upbringing of being raised by a single mom with all those brothers around her could not possibly be easy. Then she goes on to be so successful, yet all alone. I was thrilled with Dreaming of Love came out and was Emily’s story.
BJ Armstrong's voice is perfect for this series. He is able to portray each character perfectly while keeping the pace of the book. The emotions each character feels are felt as he reads the book pulling me in with each chapter.
I have fallen in love with listening to books. I read Crashing into Love before I started listening to it so I knew where the story was going. ..Show More »Yet, I could not turn my phone off and stop listening. BJ Harrison once again did a marvelous job narrating Crashing into Love. The tone and the pace of his voice is perfect. He is able to differentiate between the characters without missing a beat. He brought the main and secondary characters to life.
Since I am familiar with the rest of the Braden brothers and Jake was mentioned numerous times I knew of the history between him and Fiona. I was sure they belonged together and knew that I had to know their story.
I am feeling sad now that I have finished Jake Braden’s story. He is the last of the Braden brothers, well from that side of the family. I feel like I am leaving my book crushes behind. Yet, I know that Melissa Foster will continue to entertain me and introduce me to more book crushes in the stories of the cousins yet to come in this series.
Jake is amazing. Of course he is, he’s a Braden. I love that he fought his broken heart and finally gave into what his heart and head told him he really wanted. I wanted him and Fiona to get back together, yet I really just wanted him to be true to himself. The ache he felt was so heartbreaking that it actually made him a person that he did not like. The first time he runs into Fiona and blows her off I could hear the wall around his heart start to break and was excited for what was to come.
Fiona, oh Fiona. She made an immature choice when she was younger and it haunted her forever. I believe that her choice made both her and Jake the people they are and if that choice had not had happen their relationship may have ended very differently. As she grew up and started to understand life and what she wanted from life, Fiona knew that she had to fix what was broken. She put herself out there, stepped out of the normal bounds, and put her feelings before everything to make her life right again.
Of course, I recommend Melissa Foster’s Love in Bloom Series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but are more enjoyable when read in order as a series.