Thursday, June 5, 2014

ARC Review of Sweet Serendipity by Kelsie Belle


Running from a past that threatens to haunt her for the rest of her life, Rayne Carrington finds herself in Eden’s Ridge by chance. She promptly makes the tiny, serene town her home and finally finds some semblance of peace. Six months later, she encounters a dangerously alluring stranger, who turns her world upside down with his mere presence. Soon she is caught in a web of temptation that is too overpowering to deny. But how does she handle a man who is hell-bent on resisting her at all costs?
Christian Stockwell returned to his hometown of Eden’s Ridge, to find a beautiful stranger living under his roof. He is instantly bewitched by her loveliness but he knows that he cannot allow himself to have her. He struggles to rein in the lust he feels for her but how long will he be able to resist such sweetness? It won’t be long before he must surrender to sweet serendipity.

Sweet Serendipity was a really great romance. I absolutely LOVED how Rayne and Christian first met. Things were confusing between them as they each thought the other was trespassing. I just couldn't help but to giggle a bit at the confusion and yet I sighed with the fact that a very good looking, almost dangerous looking man, found a gorgeous practically naked woman in his home and in his shower. I felt that instant connection and passion these two had from the get go and couldn't be more pleased with how things fell in place with these two characters. 
Christian was a wonderful hero for Rayne. I loved his slight arrogance, his manliness (those eyes, mmm and that chest). He just seemed to ooze sex and sin. 
Now Rayne is one heroine that I really LOVED. She is gorgeous, tough, strong willed, with that fiery attitude I believe ALL good heroines should have. When you put these two characters together, their passions soar, and the pages seemed to simmer with heat. Miss Belle sure knew what she was doing by naming this book Sweet Serendipity. Everything was succulent and sweet, yet the passion and lust was intoxicating and hard to resist.
With all that said, I give Sweet Serendipity a SWEET FOUR OUT OF FIVE STARS! This book was sweet, sexy, sigh worthy, with a well written plot, a bit of humor and a beautiful cover. 

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