Heartbeats and Roses (Hartwood Holiday Romance) by Jae Dawson – Review by Elizabeth Sanchez
Heartbeats and Roses: A Small Town Valentine’s Day Romance by Jae Dawson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Heartbeats and Roses is part of Jae Dawson’s A Heartwood Holiday Romance series. The books can be read independently, and can be enjoyed as such. This book is a cute happily ever after clean romance. The descriptive writing is a little over the top at times, but it works. It describes the characters and their personalities. Rose is a florist and is a hopeless romantic. She describes feelings based on flowers that represent them, quotes classic literature, and dreams of knights in shining armor and swooning. Her clothes are described as doilies and lace, often pink, and she is all about romance and flowers. Liam is a doctor and describes feelings based on the chemicals and biological cause of them. Despite the two being completely different, they were best friends their whole lives. Liam quickly left town in high school, and cut all contact with Rose. Fate seems to bring them back together, and a series of freak accidents force their time together. While the book was a bit cheesy, I loved it! Can’t wait to read the rest of the series.
Reviewed by @way2gosmartguy
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