Friday, September 29, 2017

Trust in Love by Amanda Siegrist (McCord Family, #2)

Trust in Love
by Amanda Siegrist

My rating: 4.5 stars

Series: McCord Family - Book 2
Publication Date: November 4, 2015
Publisher: Amanda Siegrist
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Print Length: 290 pages
Available from: Amazon

Austin McCord has always enjoyed women…to an extent. He’s all about the fun. Anything beyond that, not so much. Until he meets his neighbor Sophie. He knows he can’t touch her—she has marriage written all over. Except temptation overwhelms him every time he sees her beautiful angelic face. It doesn’t matter. Because whenever he tries to take two steps toward her, she keeps taking three steps back. Someone hurt her, that’s obvious. For the first time, he’s thinking a happily ever after sounds nice. Now his only obstacle is convincing her of the same thing, and keeping her safe before her past tears her apart.

 Trust in Love by Amanda Siegrist (McCord Family, #2)

Trust in loveInheriting her father’s house was the perfect opportunity for Sophie to escape the nightmare that was her life, but there was no way to start over unscarred or unafraid and nothing proved better than meeting her huge, brawny next door neighbor, Austin McCord. The man took all of the air out of the room with his presence and Sophie would love to trust him near her, but he was a one night stand kind of guy and there was no way she was going to be another notch on his very busy headboard.

Sophie was sweet, fragile and yet has some steel to her spine that screams “danger” to Austin, this one wants love, marriage and there is no way he is going there again, and yet…

How can either of them TRUST IN LOVE when they have both had their hearts broken and bruised? Amanda Siegrist coaxes her characters out of their protective shells a little at a time and the road is both sweet and rocky as Austin McCord finally finds the girl of his dreams and must convince her he is not another romantic nightmare! Sometimes funny, sometimes frustrating and sometimes maddening, Austen was often his own worst enemy as he fumbles along, chasing his happily ever after.

Once again, Amanda Siegrist tosses some suspense, a few clever characters and a rocky road into the mix and serves up another unlikely match for a McCord!

I am voluntarily reviewing a complimentary copy.

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