About the Book
Let’s not talk about how I was let go from my job and had to take a position as coffee-girl at a publicity firm. We definitely won’t discuss their newest client and how he was the former love of my life. However, it’s fair to mention that Kellan Connelly is now my fiercest adversary.
I’ve spent the last decade playing it safe with book boyfriends—avoiding frustratingly attractive and three-dimensional guys like him.
When my roommate finds the Boyfriend Book, a silly relic leftover from my teens, it prompts a dare; go on five dates and pick one to be my Valentine. I can’t say no, especially if it means proving to myself and Kellan that I’ve moved on.
Despite braving the dating jungle, none of the guys comes close to being my one true love. Except Kellan. He’s infuriating, confusing, catnip…and it turns out he has a secret.
With a love letter and a plane ticket in hand, can I leave my baggage behind and decide between love, hate, and the lies I told to protect my fragile heart?
In My Opinion
I enjoy a good romcom, and An Unexpected Love Story by Ellie Hall had the potential to be just that.
It was a cute read with a cautious heroine, a determined hero, and plenty of drama before the expected HEA. I do wish the dates had more substance to them, make Kellan fear for their relationship now and again. And I just wanted to tell Catherine to get over it and look at the man Kellan is now.
That said, I loved Kellan’s perseverance and consideration when it came to Catherine. I also loved Hazel and hope she gets her story.
Overall, an sweet read to keep you occupied for one afternoon that will warm the hearts of those seeking out a nice, light romance.
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