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    Easy, enjoyable romance with character growth

    Soul to Keep is the second in the Rented Heart series. I really enjoyed the first book where we initially meet Jamie, one of this story’s heroes and was excited to read his full story. Although he was a secondary character in Rented Heart, that title included enough details about Jaime’s life before he went to rehab in California to make me think Soul to Keep reads better after finishing Rented Heart than strictly as a standalone. Honestly, when I started this book, I was expecting a different sort of story than it contained- maybe more grit and rough-hewn edges. Despite getting a different sort of story than I expected, I really enjoyed Soul to Keep. Soul to Keep picks up a year after Jamie gets clean and he decides to move back to England. I liked both main characters a lot and I was pleasantly surprised the other hero-Marc- is a secondary character whom I loved from Miss Leigh’s military romance, Between Ghosts (complete with cameos of the couple from that book). The initial meeting between Jamie and Marc was perfect. I liked how that immediate connection steadily built into something more and respected the understanding and patience the men afforded one another. Overall, I’d consider Soul to Keep a quieter May-December romance, especially when compared to this author’s other works, but it wasn’t boring and kept my attention all the way through. Instead, the lack of major angst and conflicts to disrupt Jamie and Marc’s relationship allowed plenty of time for both characters to grow and develop, individually and as a couple. The rhythm and writing of Soul to Keep was smooth and thoughtful, making for an easy, enjoyable read. If you’re a fan of seeing characters work through personal issues, finding themselves and love along the way, I’d definitely recommend this book and series. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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