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    Keeping Her Close

    Keeping Her Close is the third installment from A Pacific Cove Romance series by Carol Ross. This is the first book I have read by Carol Ross. She has earned herself a new fan. I loved this sweet and heartwarming romance. I enjoyed getting to know Harper and Kyle. They were so entertaining together. I found myself laughing at some scenes. I am giving Keeping Her Close five plus stars. I would love other books in A Pacific Cove Romance series. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
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    Lovely Clean Read

    Thank you Prism and the author for an advanced copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own. Keeping Her Close By: Carol Ross *REVIEW* ❤❤❤❤ Keeping Her Close is the ideal story if you want something sweet, easy to read and doesn't require a ton of time. I like these types of simple romance books. Harper is a billionaire' s daughter in need of protection. Enter Kyle, the security consultancy hired as her bodyguard. It's an odd situation, though, because Harper was the fiance of Kyle's late best friend. Would you feel weird if you developed feelings for the woman your deceased best friend was going to marry? I'm just not sure. It's heartbreaking yet inspiring. Regardless, Harper and Kyle have a connection, and spending time together only strengthens whatever is already there. Kyle is stoic and good hearted with some family stuff, and he is torn between love and loyalty. Harper is a lovely soul who is afraid to love or trust. Do they have a chance for something good here if they so choose? Will past issues and pain be too much to overcome? It's an engaging well written story with great dialogue, likeable relatable characters, romance and an all around wholesomeness about it that I enjoyed. I recommend for a good clean romantic read!
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    A fun, sweet romance

    After Harper's father is attacked, former Navy SEAL Kyle is hired to be her bodyguard. He is always very tense, has an estranged relationship with his family, and always follows the rules. She is a very carefree photographer who also always charms everyone around her. You know that opposites attract and that often these bodyguards and subjects are going to fall for each other. And they are actually very good for each other, providing a balance. They build a very strong friendship, which is most important. And then you want them to build on that friendship as you see how they are able to make each other better people. There's a fun twist with Harper's ex-boyfriend being one of Kyle's best friends and the truth of both of their pasts being revealed, as at least far as Owen was concerned. It was a fun, sweet romance to read. Thank you to the publisher and Prism Book Tours for my advanced review copy. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Clean sweet romance

    "Everyone thinks forgiveness is a two-step process. Forgiveness and acceptance. And sometimes it is that simple. But sometimes, like with you, it's not. It's a three-step process. If you wrong someone, it isn't up to you to decide if they should forgive you. You apologize, and then they get to decide what to do with it. But it doesn't work unless you then accept their forgiveness. Whether you think you deserve it is irrelevant." I haven't read that many of Carol Ross' books but am satisfied every time I finish her book. The author has deeply wounded characters in need of healing and she has a way of creating a comfortable atmosphere and setting that invites you to come into the story and stay a while. I haven't read any of the other Pacific Cove Romance books but didn't feel like I missed out on anything. If you enjoy contemporary romance, you will enjoy this book (and likely others in the series too). Kyle, a former Navy SEAL, is the protective sort who is looking for a job as a civilian. He's hired by a billionaire scientist to protect his daughter Harper who also was the fiancee of Kyle's deceased best friend. Harper, a creative and free-spirited photographer, can't be more opposite from Kyle, a regimented and structured military guy. As Kyle tries to keep Harper safe, attraction and deeper feelings rage but their relationship trips over many potholes like Kyle's attempt to find out what really happened to his friend/Harper's fiance, Harper's issue with trusting others, and Kyle's uneasy family dynamics. They both need to learn and accept forgiveness granted and grace given. I received a copy of the book from the publisher via Prism Book Tours and was under no obligation to post a positive review. All comments and opinions are solely my own.
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