Saturday, July 26, 2014

Fearless Love by Kate Kadence

Title:  Fearless Love
Author:  Kate Kadence
Published:  June 16/14 by Crimson Romance
Length:  214pgs
Format:   ecopy
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Madison Carmichael’s carefully controlled world has just spun off its axis. Not only has jet-setting playboy and investor Jake Colt landed his helicopter in the middle of the biggest photo shoot of her career, she is shocked to discover he purchased her parents’ financially troubled winery.

Madison refuses to let this interloper take what belongs to her family, no matter what passions he stirs in her heart. She’ll do anything to get him out of Serenity Creek and her family’s business, even if it means striking a deal that goes against every grain in her body with the arrogant man himself.

Jake has no interest in handling the Carmichael winery acquisition, but he has little choice considering the business agreement he made with his father. As with all of his father’s dealings, there are strings attached, and Jake is determined to cut them at all costs.

If he is going to spend time in the backwards town that reminds him too much of the one that betrayed him all to turn some two bit winery around, he is going to do it on his own terms, which includes encouraging the feisty woman who has captured his attention to break out of her shell and live a little.

But when two opposing forces clash, sparks are bound to fly…

My Review:

I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Kadence takes the clash of two worlds concept and brings it all together seamlessly. This novel was well put together with a solid and interesting plot. Kadence paints a vivid picture of both New York and the winery. I feel like I’ve been there. She uses this as the backdrop for her inspiring and fun story. I found myself completely wrapped up in the world that she created for her audience.

The cast of this novel is so warm and inviting that you can’t help but fall in love with them. I enjoyed getting to know each and every one of these spirited individuals. The main characters were both completely breathtaking. I enjoyed how they were both trying to make their own way, but now differently they went about it, based on where they came from. This actually served to make them the perfect couple. I also appreciate the fact that neither of them were melodramatic.

This is, overall, a fun novel. It was a fantastic, quick read that is well worth picking up.

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