Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Finding Us by Heather B Moore

Finding Us by Heather B. MooreFinding Us by Heather B. Moore
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Source: Received to Review
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Book Description:  Felicity Miner is not normally an anxious person, and she’s been on her own since high school. But after a shoplifter steals from her bookshop, she calls the cops. When Officer Leo Russo shows up, Felicity has to tell herself that just because the romance novel she’s been reading has a hero police officer doesn’t mean she needs to project her imagination onto the real man. Yes, Officer Russo is unexpectedly generous, and he helps make Felicity’s home more secure when her worries won’t settle down. But the more Felicity is around Officer Russo, the more she imagines a future between them. Is he merely doing his duty, protecting and serving the citizens of Pine Valley, or is there potential for something more? 

My thoughts: Sweet! That sums up the book for me in one word. It was a book that I felt good reading. I loved the plot and the characters. I enjoyed that Heather B. Moore added the books and author name of another clean romance writer. (That was really sweet.)

Felicity works at a book store. She loves books. (I can relate.) She happens to be reading a book about a police officer when she is in need of the help of one. It was humorous as she tried to separate Leo from the main character of her book.

I read this book quickly. I loved Leo. He is a gentleman and knows how to help Felicity. He comes from a loving family and is able to help Felicity with her own family problems. There isn't anything about this book that I didn't like.

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Heather B. Moore
About the Author: (Taken from Goodreads)  Heather B. Moore is a USA Today bestselling author, with a dozen historical written under the pen name H.B. Moore. Latest is Slave Queen (Thomas & Mercer). Under Heather B. Moore she writes romance and women’s fiction and inspirational non-fiction, latest is Condemn Me Not: Accused of Witchcraft. Her various author names can be confusing so her kids just call her Mom.

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