Unleashed by Rachel Lacey

January 10, 2015 Book Review 0 ★★★★

Unleashed by Rachel Laceyfour-stars
Unleashed by Rachel Lacey
Series: Love To The Rescue #1
Published by Forever on October 28th 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 352
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What happens when you find the right one at the wrong time?Cara Medlen has a serious case of animal attraction. And it's not because of all the foster dogs she's rescued. She's got it bad for her incredibly sexy neighbor. Her one rule: Don't get attached. It's served her well with the dogs she's given to good homes and the children she's nannied. Yet the temptation of Matt's sexy smile might just convince her that some rules are made to be broken.Matt Dumont doesn't need his skills as a private investigator to detect disaster on the horizon. Cara is everything he thought he'd never find-gorgeous, funny, and caring. But there's no way he can start a relationship just as he's about to move to another state. Talk about bad timing. As their attraction sizzles too hot to deny, they'll have to make a decision: forget the consequences and let loose, or forget each other and let go...

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.



By SparklesUnleashed was a languid stroll down romance lane.

Matt the super-hot PI neighbor is every girl’s fantasy of a modern white knight… with a couple of trust issues, specifically related to women.

Cara, a photographer at heart that makes a living out of being a nanny and rescuing shelter dogs, has had a serious medical condition that she is still dealing with, and will only start really living when she is sure it won’t get in her way.

She had been avoiding him for a year; he never made the effort to meet her. Now when Matt is moving away, they just can’t help themselves, and even when it’s against their better judgment, things just happen.

At points, I found myself fast-reading because although I myself have a shelter dog, I wanted to read more about them as a couple, and a little less about the animals. The pace of the book is fairly slow, and I’ll admit that at times this might have made me skim… a lot, but I was really enjoying the storyline and I especially liked that we get to see their feelings for each other blossom with every interaction.

Apart they’ve been content at best, together they can overcome all their problems. This is a book to enjoy on a lazy Sunday preferably while staying in you PJs.

Rating: 4 Lazy Sunday Stars

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Don't let her sparkles fool you, give her an Epic Epilogue or she'll take you down with her ninja moves...

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