Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Review: Love In The Wind by Elizabeth Goddard


About the book:
SAILING IS MADDIE CRAMER'S ESCAPE

Now she's counting on it to bring her closer to the biological father she's just met. But her chances of winning the regatta—and his approval—are in jeopardy unless she can find a new crewmate. Enter Grady Stone, a perfect fit for Maddie's crew in more ways than one.

Maddie and Grady grow close as they spend time together on the water. But Maddie, wary of emotional entanglement, guards her heart closely. And Grady's here only to help Maddie win the race, then he's off to a new job. The day of the race will test their ability to sail together—and the trueness of their love.

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My thoughts:

Love in the Wind was a nice read. I'll admit, these "Heartsong" books don't really draw me, as I much prefer contemporary romance books that are longer and deeper reads. That said, I did like this book and thought the regatta element was neat. I enjoyed some parts of the romance between Maddie and Grady, but I didn't like the ending - too rushed, in my opinion.

Overall, I liked Love in the Wind. If you typically like Heartsong and/or short contemporary reads, you might enjoy this latest from Elizabeth Goddard.

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