Book Review: This Is Love

 


Actress Remi Divine is sick of bodyguards, sick of stalkers, and sick of feeling like she is always under a microscope. But this movie star isn’t helpless by any means. She’s got a rebellious streak, and she knows how to use it. First order of business: getting rid of the overbearing bodyguards who are sticking to her like glue.

Mason Swift has made protecting others his life, and when Remi ditches his two best men, he takes over and gives it everything he has. Having grown up in the foster-care system, and as a former special operative, he knows all the tricks. Nothing gets by him, especially not gorgeous, sneaky Remi.

He thinks she’s a diva. She thinks he’s arrogant. But when sparks turn to flames and their walls come down, their true hearts are revealed, and their connection is unstoppable. And when tragedy strikes, Remi realizes that being protected isn’t the worst thing in the world—but losing Mason just might be.


My Review

I am loving this series. Melissa brings the wit, charm, and heat to these books. Although, I will admit that this book was more on the serious side than the humorous side. The humor that did come into play was in the form of Piper. Who I am very excited to read her story next. 

Remi and Mason aka hottie guard had personal scars that they both were dealing with. So, this book is more on the angsty side. Yet, it is still steamy as heck. Remi and Mason went from lukewarm to steamy. As the story progressed, Remi blossomed into a more confident woman and Mason learned to let loose more. You could say that I was in love with This is Love. 

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