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    Sweet Clean Romance

    KathrynCooperWrites.com 4 STARS Review Single Dad to the Rescue is a sweet clean romance read! It’s the 4th in a series, but you don’t have to read the first 3 books. Those book characters do enter this story which makes me want to go back and read their sweet romance. A wildfire makes Brooke and her animal family leave their home. With her pets she can’t find a place for shelter. Thankfully she’s blessed to find a kind older man named Rick who brings her to his son Dan’s guesthouse. Throughout the story you get to see Brooke’s way of talking through problems with others. She connects with animals that have been through difficult times because of what she went through when her husband died. Dan is an organized single dad of a child with type 1 diabetes. He went through heartbreak when his wife left him and his son at a young age. There are a lot of characters in this story! Because I’ve gone through brain cancer I struggle remembering names so I kept a paper and pen nearby. The characters are all great additions to the story. Dan’s dad and son are sweet to everyone. The dogs and cats are cute and loving. Valerie, Dan’s ex-wife, brings frustrations and more. Dan’s little brother Jason is a great addition to the emotions of this story. Brooke and Dan are both scared to get emotionally connected because of the hard things life has put them through. I felt heartwarming feelings build up throughout this read. Single Dad to the Rescue by Cari Lynn Webb is a romance with life building experiences which we can all relate to in different ways. Content Ratings Sexual: mild (kissing) Language: none Violence: none *I received this book from Prism Book Tours. I am not paid for my reviews. My reviews are solely my opinion.*
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    One of the Sweetest Stories of the Year! 5 Stars!

    One of the sweetest stories of the year! I give this a High 5 Stars! This book will keep you up hours into the night enjoying the banter and blooming love between our H and h. Our h, Brooke is devasted by a wildfire that totally destroys her home, left homeless, she happens to find shelter with a local paramedic, Dan, who has a son. However, it's not just Brooke that needs shelter but her pets as well. Dan's world is literally taken over by Brooke and her brood. But soon Brooke begins to melt his heart and begins to fall for him as well. Will Brooke and her brood find their forever home? I really loved this book, it's a really sweet romance and I absolutely loved Brooke's character, what a dynamite lady and the perfect one for Dan! I highly recommend this if you're looking for a nice, clean, sweet romance!
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    Big city romance with a small town feel

    I really liked this book. I didn't realize at first that it was the fourth book in a series, though I felt like a couple of the characters seemed a bit familiar. I then realized that I had read one of the other books in the series. But it completely works as a standalone story, because it is so focused on Dan and Brooke. I do want to go back and read the rest of the series, though, just to learn more about some of the other characters who hang out in the story. Though it takes place in the city, the story reminds me of those small town romances that I do love so much, thanks to the closeness and intertwined lives of the friends and family in the community. I fell in love with Brooke from her first vulnerable introduction. She had already lost everything once when her husband was killed in an accident. And now she has lost her home to the wildfires. All she has left are her memories and her animals. Her vulnerability helps her to be a magnet for other people, and animals, and just jumps off of the pages to also attract the reader to her. And despite all of the tragedy in her life, she is still a warm and kind person who wants to do whatever she can to help everyone and is able to mediate difficult situations with an amazing objectivity and fairness to attempt to appease both sides. Dan is also quite likable because of his need to help people. He is also quite vulnerable because of protecting his heart and his son after his wife abandoned them some years ago. He has been working hard at rebuilding his own life and now relies almost too much on structure for control. And of course his 10-year-old son is completely charismatic and totally a kid I would love to hang out with. As it should be in any great romance, the two are drawn to each other via a slow burning ember that has the potential to be fanned into a steady flame. It also has the potential to be easily snuffed out. And both of their pasts threaten to do just that. The return of Dan's ex Valerie and his brother Jason are the most tangible threats. Valerie is very misguided and spoiled. I am not a fan of hers at all, but would probably tolerate her in social situations as I kept her at arm's length. She does seem to have the potential to become a better person at some point down the road. I like Jason, in spite of what he did to his brother. I did take pity on him when we got a peek at his backstory. I am expecting some good out of him, possibly in future installments of the story. This is an easygoing romance that truly warms your heart and is easy to read. I did it in one sitting. It's totally worth checking out. 4.5 stars. I received a complimentary copy of this book for the purposes of reviewing. I was not obligated to give a positive review. All opinions are my own.
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