Series: Cowboys and Angels #2
on September 19th, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
I write about love, but I’ve never experienced it. Sure, I’ve been with guys that I cared about. Even thought I found ‘the one’. He turned out to be the frog and not the prince.
A few Frank Sinatra songs and a wildly handsome cowboy who calls me Darlin’, will have me second guessing everything I ever thought I knew about love.
Does happily ever after really exist…or is it only something I write about in books?
Love Profound is book two in the Cowboys and Angels series.
I’ve been thinking back and forth all day on this book and how to rate it. I absolutely adored the first one in the series, Lost Love, and I was so excited for this book. And in certain aspects it didn’t disappoint—Kelly’s writing is as always on point and beautiful. She breathed life into these characters and their story.
Love Profound is Amelia’s story—the romance author and youngest of the Parker children—and her happily ever after. Amelia is my kind of girl, strong, self-confident, and not afraid to go after what she wants. She knows exactly who she is and what she wants, which is some casual fun until she meets the one. The moment they meet, you can feel the chemistry between the two.
I did love these two characters and the fact that once they gave into their attraction and love, they went for it and nothing else mattered. Both characters are very well-established and made me fall in love with them on page one. I loved all the characters in this story, especially the other Parker siblings a lot, and this is an amazing series I will continue to read for sure.
Unfortunately, this particular storyline just wasn’t for me. Maybe it was because I had such high expectations or expected a certain type of story. And I got the complete opposite. I expected angst, which there was very little of; I expected some conflict which there was none. While I loved both main characters as well as the side characters, I just never connected with the story line, which left me confused at times.
I don’t understand the purpose of the first 30%, it wasn’t needed to drive the story or the character arc in my opinion.
However, this does NOT mean this book was bad, to the contrary, this book was still great when it comes to the writing and the characters. Sadly, the storyline, for me, lacked a great deal to give it a better rating.
I am still looking forward to the next installment of the series! I do love these Parker siblings!
~ Review by Anja