THE LOOK OF LOVE
This is a good story, but not exactly a new look, plot or subject matter. The romance has all the sizzle and heat that a reader could ask for, but the only really memorable characters are Chase’s family who, not surprisingly, are all lined up for the next romance in Andre’s Sullivan series.
Chase Sullivan is driving down the wet roads thanking the good lord that he was finally able to break free from his mother’s 70th birthday party. Dealing with a freak storm is way better than having to deal with all his brothers and his twin sisters are just as bad. As his head begins to clear, Chase sees a woman by a wrecked car and pulls over. Chloe is on the run from Dean, her ex-fiancé. She wants to forget it all and be left alone. But when the stunning Chase pulls over to help, Chloe must wrestle with the fact that not all men are alike. As the sparks begin to fly, Chloe soon finds herself opening up and letting Chase view every demon she has, watching as her savior in the storm evolves into her knight in shining armor. (BELLA ANDRE, Jun., 300 pp., $5.00)