I received this book for free an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Caught by Love by Melissa Foster
Also by this author: Sisters in Love, Lovers At Heart, Destined For Love, Friendship on Fire
Series: The Steeles at Silver Island #3
Also in this series: Tempted by Love , My True Love, Always Her Love, Wild Island Love
Published by World Literary Press on 9th February 2022
Genres: Chicklit, Contemporary, Erotica, Love & Romance
Source: an ARC
He’s set on pleasure, but she’s all business. Sizzling chemistry and a surprising connection set this sexy love story in motion. But is it enough to last forever? Find out and fall in love on the sandy shores of Silver Island, home to coffee shops, boat races, midnight rendezvous, and the sexy, sharp-witted Steeles.
Archer Steele is one of the leading vintners on the East Coast. He’s arrogant, aggressive, and has never been interested in settling down, which is what makes his hookups with his sister’s beautiful blond best friend, hair and makeup artist Indi Oliver, the perfect escape. But Indi’s toying with moving to the island, and when she ends their no-strings trysts to focus on her business, Archer isn’t ready to let her go…
This book needs to come with a warning because it is steamy! Phew I need to cool down after finishing that!
I really fell in love with Archer and Indi. Archer is holding so much guilt for things he had no control over. I really wanted to give him a good shake so he could see that he can’t fix everything and he needs to let that guilt go. Indi is brave and inspirational.
As well as being steamy this book is full of moments that will have you crying without even realising it. I found myself on more than one occasion with tears rolling down my face. I was so moved by Archer. Underneath his gruffness, he is a real sweetheart.
I really enjoyed my return to Silver Island and I cannot wait to hear more about the characters here. Thank you to Melissa and Lisa for my copy of this book.
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