Monday, February 16, 2015

Review: Wrap Me in Your Love by Lisa Survillas

Publication Date: December 10, 2014
Series and Book
Rating 4.5 Stars 

Official Blurb:

After realizing the marriage to her first ever boyfriend was too good to be true, Isabella files for divorce and leaves their life in California for the home of her youth in Chicago. Upon her arrival, she reconnects with her cousin and best friend Daniel, who has been taking care of her parents’ home since they passed.

When Daniel enlists the help of his friend Taylor, who Isabella had a childhood crush on, will she be forced to face the pain of rejection again, or will Taylor see what he has missed all these years?

If you are looking for a fun fast read this is the book for you. I really enjoyed this cute little book. When we first meet Isabella she is leaving her husband because she can’t take how he treats her anymore. Everyone else always seen Isabella’s husband for the jerk he was but she was too wrapped up in him to fully understand until it was too late. I could not stand her husband and I wish she would not have wasted any of her life on him. When Isabella returns home her cousin and best friend Daniel is there to help her and has been helping her the whole time she just didn’t know it. Then Daniel’s friend Taylor comes to town and we get the back story of how Isabella had a huge crush on him in school but he turned her down. I was very interested in how this relationship would play out because Taylor was so nice to Isabella and wanted to help her with her divorce. Then it switches to Taylor’s POV and we find out that Taylor did like Isabella a lot actually but he always thought her and Daniel were together. It was a huge misunderstanding. Then Isabella moves in with Taylor so he can help her fight her ex-husband in court. This is where Taylor and Isabella’s story really picks up. It was so sweet to see their relationship develop and for them for finally get a HEA. I really hope the author decides to do more with these two and I look

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