RHETT (Signature Sweethearts #4)
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I’ve never believed in fairy tales. Sure, I was raised with Disney movies and princess stories, but I wasn’t stupid enough to fall for them. The can’t-eat, can’t-sleep kind of love doesn’t exist. And that’s a fact.
My relationship is realistic. Convenient. Solid. I thought I was happy.
And then I met him.
My new neighbor.
The guy who’s starting to make me question everything. Making me wonder if maybe, just maybe, I could be wrong.
I’ve never been afraid to go after what I want. After all, my job is solely based on seeing opportunities and capitalizing on them.
And then I met my new neighbor.
Our chemistry is off the charts, our banter is on point, and her body is out of this world.
So why does she turn to ice as soon as I mention a date? Even when her eyes linger longer than necessary?
She’s hiding something.
And I’m going to find out what it is.
**This is not a cheating book and has a HEA**
Kelsie prides herself on writing straight from her own heart, which is how she fell into sweet contemporary romance. She’s a sucker for a love story with all the feels. When she’s not chasing words for her next book, you will probably find her reading or, more likely, playing with her “monsters”.
She adores chocolate, photography, baking, chick flicks, and running. And now that she’s actively pursuing her writing dreams, she’s set her sights on someday finding the self-discipline to not eat an entire batch of cookies in one sitting.
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Cronuts
Kelsie Rae delivers another adorable love story with Rhett! Rhett and Indie bond over cronuts, and their relationship is just as sweet as the yummy pastry! The attraction between them is clear from the start, but she has a live-in boyfriend and as a child of divorce, Rhett has vowed to never fall for an unavailable woman.
Indie’s current relationship is quite complicated. She’s basically living as roommates with the boyfriend she’s had since high school. Their lives are so intertwined, she just keeps existing with Tony. But her encounters with Rhett make her realize that there is more to being in a relationship than being complacent. KR does a great job of conveying Indie’s confusion, and having these two characters fall for one another and try to fight it. (There is no cheating, as Indie breaks up with Tony before anything happens with Rhett!)
This book is easily read in a single sitting, full of cute moments and a sweet instalove between two incredibly likable characters. As always, KR packs a romantic punch without relying on descriptive sexy scenes, which is so refreshing! Rhett is a feel-good romance that you don’t want to miss! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.