Image of Believe in Me: A Rosewood Novel (The Rosewood Trilogy)


Image of Believe in Me: A Rosewood Novel (The Rosewood Trilogy)

The hero and heroine do not consummate their relationship until halfway through book two in Moore’s Rose-wood trilogy, which allows readers to experience the characters growing into a relationship, as opposed to jumping in headfirst. The author does an excellent job of developing both the major and minor characters. The sensual scenes are steamy without going overboard with the raunchy details. Additionally, the expert information about the horse training and breeding business creates an interesting backdrop.

After going through a painful divorce, in which her husband blatantly cheated on her, Jordan Radcliffe must put the pieces of her life back together. With the support of her sisters, brother-in-law and three children, she decides to pursue a career in interior decorating. Her quest brings her face to face with architect Owen Gage, a womanizer who doesn’t believe in long-term commitments. He also has a thing against children. Once the two start working together to renovate an old house, they both do everything in their power to resist the growing attraction between them. But it could be a losing battle … (BALLANTINE, Feb., 432 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
B. Nakia Garner