Thursday, March 15, 2018

Where I Belong (Pine Valley #2) by Heather B. Moore {Review}

Where I Belong by Heather B. Moore
ebook, 230 pages
Expected publication: March 20th 2018 
Source: I received a copy, which did not influence my thoughts or opinions. They are all my own. 

http://amzn.to/2Fmtoho  https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/37851336-where-i-belong?from_search=true
USA Today bestselling author Heather B. Moore welcomes you to Pine Valley!

WHERE I BELONG is Jane & Cameron's Story

Jane Morris makes a living by cleaning the houses of the wealthy residents of Pine Valley, and she tries hard not to judge their extravagant lifestyles. But when one of her clients goes through a devastating breakup with his fianc√©, Jane finds herself in the middle of his emotional mess. She wants to help him, but Cameron Vance is a man she could easily lose her heart to. Jane agrees to be his date to the charity event of the year, organized by Cameron’s mother. But the magical night shows Jane that if she’s a Cinderella, then Cameron is definitely a candidate for Prince Charming.

Books in the Pine Valley series:
Worth the Risk
Where I Belong
Say You Love Me

My Review: 4 Stars

I love a magically modern Cinderella story and this one delivered. Jane cleans houses for a living and finds herself right in the middle of Cameron's messy breakup. The two couldn't come from more different backgrounds and lifestyles, yet their souls click and it's obvious that they have a simmering chemistry from the start. But how is that going to work with a crazy ex-fiancee in the wings?

There are a few twists and I honestly wasn't sure where this story was headed, how it would get there, and what my feelings towards both of these main characters would be by the journey's end. But it was easy to lose my heart to them. I love down-to-earth people. And although the romance happens pretty quickly, it's believable and I loved the humor, tenderness, and the charm that results from it.

Pine Valley is a great setting. Although the reader doesn't get as much of a glimpse into the place as in the previous book, there is still a small-town, warm and comforting feeling that pervades the story. I loved catching a peak at characters from Book 1--it was like getting a tiny catch-up session with old friends. Like always, I can't wait for more!

Content: mild romance; very mild language

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