Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Book Review: Stroke of Love by Melissa Foster

Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
Release Date: 10th March 2014
No. of pages: 370
ISBN: 978-0-991-04686-7
Rating: 5/5


Stroke of Love is book #11 in the Love in Bloom series and is book #2 in The Remingtons series but can be read as a standalone.

Another great book by Melissa.

Sage Remington knows something is missing in his life. He just doesn’t know what it is. Seeking an escape from New York City and the perpetual feeling of being lost, he joins a group providing humanitarian aid to a remote, impoverished village in Belize. Sage stumbles upon the very thing to give him hope – love.

Kate Parello knows better than to put any faith in the volunteers that show up at the village several times a year. They are rich, spoiled and never interested in the charitable work they’ve signed up to do. A few photo ops with a smiling kid, holding a paint brush just long enough for the flash to go off and pretending they care is about all she will get out of them. So when a rich and famous artist steps off the bus she knows better than to get involved with him. Only he is different than the rest, no matter what she tells herself and when he puts his heart into bettering the lives of the villagers, he opens a piece of Kate’s heart as well.

The chemistry between them is undeniable. The romance develops quickly as their time together in Belize is rather short but it somehow seems perfectly paced and not so much instant infatuation as something believable and real.

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

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