REVIEW: His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton

Posted April 28th, 2015 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Medical, Review / 4 comments

In His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton, GP Oliver James knows vibrant, unconventional new His-Perfect-Bridelocum Lula Chance is not who exactly fulfills his critetria of a perfect bride but there is something about her which does not fail to draw him towards her.

Lula’s determined not to be distracted by brooding bachelor Oliver…no matter how gorgeous he is. She’s arrived in Atlee Wold hoping to find her mother. But it’s only a matter of time before she gives in to the inevitable…

Perhaps Lula might just be Oliver’s perfect bride after all?

His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton was a well written, fast paced and adorable romance of two people who know that they both are not suited but still end up falling in love with each other.

Lula is an adorable heroine who is as unconventional as her name (in a good way!) and carries so much inside her. Oliver is a brooding, handsome and chrastimatic hero who can’t help falling for Lula. The story never grows stagnant as there are so many interesting things to look forward too. IMO, there were some loose ends and it would have been better (rated) read if they had got proper closure.

But overall, I enjoyed His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton.

 

Book Info:

4SPublished March 2015 by Harlequin Medical

Love where he least expects it…

GP Oliver James knows exactly what his “perfect bride” should be like—and vibrant, unconventional new locum Lula Chance is the total opposite! Yet there’s something about beautiful Lula and the heartbreak in her eyes that intrigues him…

Lula’s determined not to be distracted by brooding bachelor Oliver…no matter how gorgeous he is. She’s arrived in Atlee Wold hoping to find her mother. But it’s only a matter of time before she gives in to the inevitable…

Perhaps Lula might just be Oliver’s perfect bride after all?

 

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4 Responses to “REVIEW: His Perfect Bride? by Louisa Heaton”

  1. Tammy Y

    Thanks for your review. Too bad this book did not have a proper ending. The plot had me intrigued, but I hate rushed endings.

  2. marcyshuler

    Thanks for the review, Ipshita. Sounds like a cute read, but I don’t like story threads left hanging unless it’s clear there will be another book to wrap things up.

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