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Love Me Tender

by Ally Blake

 

Genre: Contemporary Romane

 

It was love at first sight…

When her Papa loses his job, indomitable Serafina Scott insists it’s her turn to take care of him – meaning landing a well-paying job…and fast. Which is how she ends up working for the Cinderella Project, a high-end matchmaking business, even though she’s certainly no expert on affairs of the heart. Until she meets Murdoch, the gruff builder restoring her extravagant new work place. He’s inscrutable, infuriating, and gorgeous…

Convincing them was a whole other matter.

Murdoch finds Sera confounding…and luminous. But beneath her firecracker exterior, she is dangerously soft-hearted, and the last thing she needs is a broken brute like him.

While Sera does her best to convince Murdoch that they are a match made in heaven, Murdoch makes it his mission to prove her wrong. Will it come down to who’s the most convincing…or who’s most willing to be convinced?

Attribution- Amazon.com

 

Buy Link:

Amazon

 

About the Author:

Ally Blake

Australian novelist Ally Blake is a redhead, a footy fan, and a devotee of the language of Aaron Sorkin. She is addicted to stationery and M&Ms, weak in the face of Italians and firefighters, married to a spectacular and ever-patient man, mum to three beings of pure delight, and a firm believer in love, luck, and fairies.

She is also a best-selling romance writer with more than twenty-five fun, flirty romance novels under her belt. Published through Harlequin Mills and Boon and Entangled Publishing, and author of the romantic adventure Facebook page 50DaysWithRose, over three million copies of Ally’s books have sold worldwide.

For Ally’s take on life, writing, and other fancy stuff, head to www.allyblake.com.

 

My Review:

I’ve long been a fan of Ally Blake’s writing style and Love Me Tender doesn’t let me down. This is a cute story of a Klutzy woman who runs up against an immovable object- namely carpenter, Murdoch.

The premise is well thought out and the story has plenty of sweet, tender moments as well as lots of laugh-out-loud times.

If you’re looking for a light-hearted tale with some undercurrents to keep things interesting, this is the story for you.

I give Love Me Tender 4 lovely kisses

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