Saturday, June 30, 2018

AUDIOBOOK REVIEW of Slope of Love Love in Bloom: The Remingtons, Book 4 by Melissa Foster

Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
Series: Love in Bloom: The Remingtons, Book 4, Love in Bloom, Book 13
Length: 7 hrs and 51 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 04-28-17
Language: English
Publisher: Melissa Foster

Publisher's Summary

The Remingtons are a series of stand-alone romances that may also be enjoyed as part of the larger Love in Bloom series.

In Slope of Love....

Olympic gold medalist skiers Jayla Stone and Rush Remington have been best friends for years. They've seen each other at their best and worst and have kept each other's secrets without fail. Only there's one secret Rush has kept close to his chest. After months of introspection, Rush realizes he's been filling his bed but not tending to his heart. He's changed his womanizing ways, and the only woman who can fill his heart has been right by his side all this time.

Years of intimate conversations and the sharing of hopes and dreams collide when Rush reveals his secret, and one toe-curling kiss changes everything between Rush and Jayla. They're no match for the passion that kiss ignites, or the pull of true love. But being Rush's best friend means knowing all about his revolving bedroom door - and Jayla has a secret of her own that could jeopardize her career and her relationship with Rush. Even their love may not be enough to overcome Rush's past or secure Jayla's future.


I am not sure how an author picks their narrator when taking the written word to an audio version but Melissa Foster picked the perfect one with BJ Harrison. I find his tone and cadence perfect. It is easy to follow the story and relate to the characters. There is emotions in his words that add so much to the story. 

This is book 13 in Melissa Fosters Love in Bloom series and I have read each and every one. Each one is it's own story with characters that are so familiar that I believe they are my friends and family. This series is so unique in how it can pull the reader in from the very first page, keep them entertained throughout the entire book, and then continue the story in the next book in the series.

It is hard for me to pick my favorite parts of this story. I am a downhill skier and watching competitive skiing is one of my favorite sports to watch so relating to the injuries, the feeling of going down the hill, and the equipment being used was so familiar to me.

I found it easy to relate to Rush and Jayla. Their friendship was easy from the very beginning. There was no doubt that they were BFFs and destine to be together. Once again Melissa introduced me to my book crush. 

I am struggling to tell you more of what I loved without giving away the best parts of the story. All I can tell you is that this is a book and series that you must read.

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