The Heart of Love

(The Book of Love #9) by Meara Platt

The Heart of Love (Book of Love #9)

Published: December 10th 2020 by .

Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc

Length: 204 Pages

My Rating: 1.5 stars

Blurb:

Heather Farthingale has always dreamed of marrying a marquess and that dream is about to come true. She has made a brilliant match with a handsome, wealthy nobleman who is everything elegant and refined that irreverent Highlander, Captain Robert MacLauren, is not. So why does the Book of Love keep pointing her toward Robbie? And why does her heart insist on listening?

Robert MacLauren earned his wicked reputation as a womanizing hound, and never had an interest in courtship until he met Heather Farthingale. When a Highlander falls in love, it is forever, and he knows there will be no one for him but this lass with big, pixie eyes, who puts magic in his heart. How can he convince her to trust him?

Does this mysterious Book of Love have the power to bring true hearts together?

My Review:

This book was a tough read. It’s part of a series and I think it must need to be read in order because I was completely lost. The characters were well known to each other and a lot must have occured between the two in other books in the series. I hated Heather. She kept trying to bury her head in the sand and refused to communicate. The whole story was just a mess of characters who couldn’t be bothered in sitting down and having a real conversation with the people they cared about, Instead they were all willing to drag other people into their situations and everyone was just unhappy. This was a complete miss for me

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.

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