Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Review: "Faith in Love" (The Remingtons Kindle World) by C. M. Albert

Full of grief and jaded by love, corporate philanthropist Egan MacGuire is given two options by his boss: take a leave of absence or kiss his job goodbye. A road trip with a friend is just the distraction Egan needs to figure out how to get his life back on track.

Celeste St. Angelo left the bright lights and big city for the mountains of North Carolina to open the next phase of her flourishing Angel Therapy business, a healing and wellness center. With the grand opening looming she has no time for distractions, especially love.

When divine timing sparks an unexpected romance, will Egan and Celeste be able to leave their troubled pasts behind and find the courage to have a little faith in love?

Genre: Contemporary Romance
My Review:

Faith in Love is one of the most unique books I've read in a long time. The author weaves Christian faith with eastern healing, yoga, and a bit of mysticism in an intriguing way. The hero and heroine are both in a place in their life that they aren't ready for someone else, but the universe has other plans. The characters are well developed with a backstory that is unveiled to the reader over time, making me want to read faster to find out what is making the characters tick. The author eloquently describes the heroine's site in North Carolina to the point that I could picture the peaceful paths through the woods perfectly in my mind. Don't let the title fool you--this is a steamy romance that creates sexual tension between the characters from the moment they meet. A great addition to the Remingtons Kindle World and a great first release for the author.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


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About the Author:
Author C.M. Albert enjoys living dangerously on the razor’s edge as both author and editor. She’s had the privilege of copy-editing under her Grammar Babe business for several international bestselling and award-winning authors.

Her own writing infuses a healthy blend of humor and romance, and she’s a sucker for a good villain and everlasting love. In her spare time, Colleen and her husband Derek wrangle their two young kids and enjoy spending time outdoors. When not writing, editing, or kid wrangling, Colleen is also a Reiki practitioner, chocolate chip cookie aficionado, kindness ambassador, and seeker of naps.


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