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The dry humour and romance of this story makes it an easy read but it is Caitlin and Don the unlikely lovers who keep you turning the pages. You want them to be together. Sensual tension sparks, whenever they are in close proximity making for some sizzling scenes.
If you are a fan of well crafted characters and hot romance where the ordinary world meets celebrity you will enjoy this and the best thing is there are three more books in this series.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
The book is set in South Africa, we meet Caitlin Sutherland a physio who doesn't trust men, especially those who shave their legs and who are cyclists. But when she's bowled over by her emotions to a man she's only just met, she's left dazed and confused.
Don Cavallo is one of four handsome brothers who love cycling as a serious hobby and escape from the high profile lives they lead as hotel tycoons. He meets Caitlin during the Wines to Whales cycle race where she is working as a physio for the cyclists. A man who has yet to find a woman who can hold his attention, Don's attention is grabbed from just one touch of Caitlin's magical hands.
Plenty of hot sexual tension will Caitlin must learn to trust a man? And will Don ever want more than just a fling?
This review is based on a free copy of the book given to me by the author.
I love the simplicity of the writing and its edges of humour (‘I don’t trust a man who shaves his legs made me laugh’ especially). The story moves along at pace, and felt to me like a light and easy read.
This is character-led fiction, and I really like the cast: two families (plus a friend) brought together by love. In this book the focus is Caitlinand Don, but other potential love stories are developing in the background, which adds a great layer to the story.
The heroine, Caitlin, is likeably imperfect: she struggles to trust any man since her father left her mother, and has become expert at categorising men by their flaws. She’s deeply passionate; that’s my favourite thing about her: the ease with which she falls in love.
The love interest is Don, and he’s certainly ‘swoon-worthy’ enough to carry the story. I love that his self-assurance and self-awareness: he knows what he wants and goes and gets it. Take the moment he first asks Caitlin out:
‘I’d like to take you out, Caitlin.’
‘As in a date?’ she asked, still stunned.
‘Yes, Caitlin, as in a date.’ He touched her check. ‘There is something here,’ he said and motioned with his hand between them.
I love his directness and, as the story develops, his calm insistence that he does not need to explain himself but should be trusted. Trust is at the heart of this book, and it’s a powerful theme.
The ending is really satisfying for wrapping up the Caitlin and Don story, but it certainly left me wanting to know more about Caitlin’s sisters and Don’s brothers in love, so I do hope there are more books in the pipeline.
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