Monday, 26 September 2016

Book Review: Hearts at Play by Melissa Foster

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
Release Date: 9th January 2014
No. of pages: 354
ISBN: 978-0-991-04683-6
Rating: 5/5


Hearts at Play is book #9 in the Love in Bloom series and is book #6 in the Bradens at Weston. CO series but can be read as a standalone.

Brianna Heart is a waitress in a bar in rural Virginia, not too far from one of Hugh’s homes and part time photographer’s assistant with a six year old daughter, Layla and a twelve year plan to keep her life simplified with no male attachments or drama until her daughter turns eighteen.

Hugh Braden, Capital Series Grand Prix racer who is used to media hungry leggy models and money hungry fan girls. The last thing he wants or needs is to be set up on a blind date by one of his best friends. Hugh expected his blind date to go poorly but he did not expect to be magnetically drawn and attracted to a beautiful, brown eyed bartender who completely ignores him, having no idea who he is.  She is constantly in his every thought after their first meeting at the bar. Hugh makes some Hugh changes in his life.

This is my favourite book in the Bradens at Weston. CO series. Another great book from Melissa.

**CONTENT WARNING: Due to mature content, recommended for readers aged 18+**

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