Echoing Hearts (The Echo Series Book 1) by C.R. Alam – Review by Angela Shirley

Echoing Hearts (Book 1 of The Echo Series)Echoing Hearts by C.R. Alam
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rae Allen has everything she wants in life, her dream job which takes her all over the world reviewing the best hotels and resorts, but when she is begged by a friend to cover a story regarding local architecture she jumps at the chance to review the house and its on her way back home.

Arriving at the house she is amazed by the sheer beauty of the surrounding area, but when she knocks the door and no one answers she investigates around the back and is stopped in her tracks by the most handsome man she has seen, but that all fades when he opens his mouth and he becomes an ass.

Dean is recovering from a heartbreak which happened three years earlier, sworn off relationships but when Rae stumbled into his life he knew she was different. When he becomes in the friends zone he tries to make he see that they could be much more, when one night sparks fly and there is no going back. Can Dean get over the past and can Rae trust he really has feelings for her, you will have to read to find out.

I loved these characters from the start of the story. The story is complex and well written with the suspension of will they, won’t they but you are so drawn to the characters that you want everything to work out. I loved the Rae character and her fierce independence which is refreshing sometimes in a romance novel but she gives as good as she gets to Dean. I loved the dynamic between Dean’s family and the way they are as a family was brilliant.

I liked the way the author always drew in the element of friends can be just as close as family and the relationship between Rae and Brandon was written brilliantly. I can’t wait to read the next book and see if Brandon gets his love and fairy-tale that he so desperately wants.

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