Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Review: Embraceable You by Kat Henry Doran

Embraceable You by Kat Henry Doran

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Class of '85 Series

Award-winning photojournalist Dru Horvath doesn't stay in one spot for too long. Her vocation of documenting abuses against women worldwide prevents her from risking her heart.

Every day working stiff Rory McElroy is a two-time loser when it comes to women—and he doesn't plan to take a chance on a relationship again, thank you very much.

But when Dru comes back into his life, he's not sure which poses the greater risk: protecting her from third world thugs who want to silence her permanently—or allowing the one woman who captured his heart years ago to embrace him for good.

Clare C's Review

This is one of the sweetest stories I’ve read in a long time. Rory and Druzilla grew up in the same small town. She was a few years older and she ran with a different crowd, so their single point of contact came when she saved his small self from schoolyard bullies. Years later, they meet and recognize one another on a destined-to-be level.

Events conspire against them, and their association ends before it ever really begins. I didn’t worry because I’m a firm believer in true love. Doran doesn’t disappoint. This novella will leave you with a goofy smile. The writing is great, the plot flows smoothly, and the characters are people who have you on their side from the very first.

4 Tea Cups!

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