Riley’s Baby Boy by Karen Rose Smith

Posted August 14th, 2012 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Review, Special Edition. / 0 comments

Riley’s Baby Boy by Karen Rose Smith





Published July 24th 2012 by Harlequin

Book Blurb:

After one torrid night at their high school reunion, Riley O’Rourke thought his torch for Brenna McDougall had finally been extinguished. But after she appeared on his doorstep—with his infant son, no less!—it was clear that the flames of passion sizzled hotter than ever.Brenna knew that Riley was all wrong for her. But one encounter with her secret love plunged her back into his life for keeps. She hadn’t bargained on their long-muffled chemistry being as explosive as ever. Or that the old feud still simmering between his family and hers could threaten their new family…and their rekindled romance!

Review:

Karen Rose Smith has always been one of the authors that is able to suck the reader into a world of pure bliss. In this book she not only does that but also creates the perfect plot for “real life circumstances ” meet the “land of fiction and make believe”.

We meet Riley a strong,dependable and gorgeous man…yes ladies I drooled over the cover for at least 20 min before reading,who does not love a sexy man holding a beautiful baby! Riley has always had a deep love for Brenna,his high school love,but the forces of the world keep them apart.

But take a one night reunion encounter add a precious little baby,the authors notable manner of writing style,a long time standing family feud and VOILA ,you have a read that will forever more stay with you.

I simply adored the way the author brought Riley and Brenna back together,the tossing and turning of passions and secrets each causing the characters to have their doubts made for a remarkably entertaining and thrilling story of old love conquers all.

The author expressed true emotion,I felt actual sorrow for Brenna and Riley,going trough so much. And I even learned a lesson or two..never give up on love, you will find it right in front you don’t be afraid to let go!

Favourite Quote:
“Because you respond and you react and go with your passion”
 

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