⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Emotional and sexy

His Muse: A Second Chance Romance

This sexy second chance romance pulls on the heartstrings in a big way. Just when I thought the story was headed in a direction I wasn’t looking forward to, the author pulled a twist and went with the unexpected. It’s an emotional and steamy love story that’s pretty heavy in the first half before slowly transitioning into the romance.

The story follows Ben, an artist whose overbearing father insisted that he work at the family business. When his father dies, Ben considers it an opportunity to make some changes in his life – including moving back to his hometown and pursuing the woman who stole his heart five years ago. Ben and Winnie (his best friend’s little sister) had a fling the summer before she left for college. They both knew it had to be temporary, but emotions ran deeper than either expected. Even though five years have passed, Ben hasn’t stopped thinking about Winnie. But their reunion isn’t anything like Ben expected, and Winnie has changed significantly in the years since they’ve seen each other.

I’ve enjoyed some of Annie J. Rose’s books in the past, but this one took a little while to grow on me. The first half is definitely heavy, with much more of the focus being on emotion than romance. Without giving any spoilers, this includes my least favorite trope but done in a way I didn’t expect. Both Winnie and Ben are likeable characters, so it was easy to root for them despite the obstacles in their path. Ultimately, I did enjoy the story and was happy to see these two find their way back together. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

His Muse: A Second Chance Romance by Annie J. Rose. My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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