Monday, October 5, 2015

Review: Vision of Love by S. Moose




Publication Date: 4/14/2014
Series: Infinity #1
Rating: 5 Stars





Official Blurb:

You can say I had it all. The fancy house, top of the line car, lots of friends and more money than anyone could ever imagine. On the outside, we were the perfect family. No one knew about my abusive father and my mother who drank herself into oblivion every night. My name is Karly and I have scars, deep scars that no one knows about, and when my parents died I was left alone and on my own, to fight through life with no help.

When it came to life and happiness, I had it all until my world was turned upside down. My name is Nicholas and my wife, the love of my life, left me and our new baby girl without as much as an explanation. I didn’t want to accept it, but after our divorce was final and four long years passed, I started to lose hope that she’d ever come back. Emma was growing so fast and I needed help. My sister recommended that I hire her friend, Karly, as Emma’s nanny. I took a chance on bringing another woman into my little girl’s life. Did I do the right thing? 

As many days and nights are spent together, feelings can no longer be denied and a relationship is formed.

Life is about taking chances and learning how to fall, but when the past comes back, will they be strong enough to fight through and trust each other? Or will all they worked for fall apart? 



S. Moose… girl… you made me stay up until 4am reading the first two books of this series and I don’t regret an ounce of my exhaustion at work the next morning.

#sorrynotsorry for sleeping on the job!

Good grief woman, you pulled the wool covering my eyes at the end that left me with my mouth hanging out and the driving need to start the second, which as I mentioned, I did.  Karly and Nicholas as characters were dealt a pretty shitty hand of life cards. Each of the characters had their demons to face which added some dark undertones to an otherwise romantic story.  It’s rare that I find a romance story where one of the characters is a single father. It’s almost refreshing in a way to have a little taste of different in the romance world. 

Vision of Love is a beautiful story that readers will enjoy again and again.  Moose expertly balances humor, love, romance, erotica, and the dark twists in this book. 

 The chemistry between these two characters are off the charts hot and the ending.. girl.. I nearly threw my kindle with that out of nowhere twist!  Now… clear your calendars if you pick up this little gem because you’ll need to dive right into the next book.  

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