Where Two Hearts Meet

In her kitchen at the Red Door Inn, executive chef Caden Holt is calm, collected, and competent. But when her boss asks her to show off their beautiful island to impress a visiting travel writer and save the inn, Caden is forced to face a world much bigger than her kitchen–and a man who makes her wish she was beautiful.

Journalist Adam Jacobs is on a forced sabbatical on Prince Edward Island. He’s also on assignment to uncover a story. Instead he’s falling in love with the island’s red shores and Caden’s sweets.

When Caden discovers Adam isn’t who she thought he was, she realizes that the article he’s writing could do more than ruin the inn’s chances for survival–it might also break her heart.

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I don’t know if I was missing something or what, but I was pretty much lost throughout the entire book. I didn’t understand what Adam was doing an article on. I was so confused. I didn’t even really understand the plot or point of the story, besides it being a regular romance.

I don’t want to be “mean” to the book or anything like that, but I just had to state my opinion right away.

The romance of the story was pretty good. I mean, it was just a good, sweet love story.

The one part that I was really surprised about was the lobster cook off contest. I won’t tell you what happened, but I was like, “WHAT!” when the winner was announced. I wasn’t mad; I was just very surprised. I mean, for once, an author adds “real life” to the story.

I am sorry to say that I am not impressed with the book cover. It was kind of…boring. So, I would have to give it 2 stars.

The book, again, I would have to give 2 stars as well. It wasn’t bad enough to give 1 star, but I honestly didn’t enjoy reading it.

 

Title: Where Two Hearts Meet

Author: Liz Johnson
Author’s Website: http://www.lizjohnsonbooks.com/

 

I received this book from the Revell Division <http://bakerpublishinggroup.com/revell&gt; of the Baker Publishing Group for this review.

This review is written in my own opinions and words.

 

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