When Love Arrives

An Unlikely Couple Struggles to Reconcile the Burdens of Their Past

Dani Prescott came to the children's hospital to spy on Brett Somers--so how did she end up on a date with him? Weeks earlier she'd seen an interview in which he blamed her mother for the plane crash that had killed his parents. But the crash had killed her mother as well, so Dani can't believe the story Brett's trying to sell to the media.

Vowing to find a way to discredit the privileged--and maddeningly handsome--Brett, Dani has been following him and taking photos, hoping to find something she can use against him. But when she catches his eye instead, she quickly finds herself offering up a fake name and agreeing to a date. Brett knows this mystery girl is hiding something--but he's got his own secrets to keep. What will happen when he discovers who she really is? Will Dani and Brett look beyond their own heartaches to discover a love that could heal their deepest pain?

Fresh, flirty, and fast-paced, "When Love Arrives" is an engaging story that will have readers falling in love with the characters as they navigate the tricky waters between romance and revenge.

My Review

This is the first book I have read by this author. This is also the second book in the Misty Willow series. Yet, it can be read as a stand alone novel. I fell easily instantly into the story as well as Dani and Brett. They conversed well together. While there was not a lot of down time before they were spending time together, they still moved slowly and it felt like they shared a real connection.

Before I really knew Brett I thought and had set my mind up that Brett was going to be the bad guy in this story. Yet, as I got to know him better, I found that he was a nice guy. He just was a little broken. However when he met Dani she helped him to heal and in the process she healed herself. I enjoyed this book. It was easy to read. I will check out more books by this author.


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