Heartbreaker Connor Hart, one of the youngest fire chiefs in the country, is planning on marrying Dr. Elaine Woo, a woman who pretended to cheat on him with his best friend many years ago. She bought him a Dalmatian puppy, he gave her a ring—and the women of San Francisco are about to lose their most eligible bachelor.
Artist and poet Nadine Woo is down on her luck. The cast-off half-sister of Dr. Elaine Woo, she doesn’t measure up, according to her strict and distant father. When Nadine and her mother are about to be evicted from their apartment, she gets an interesting offer from her sister. Seems she’s in need of a little help concerning her relationship with Fire Chief Connor Hart.
As soon as Nadine meets Connor, she knows she’s in for a rough ride. Connor is the fireman who rescued her and her little gray kitten, and she’s never forgotten how safe she felt in his arms.
When Nadine takes her sister’s place at a spring fling weekend with Connor, love ignites, and there’s no going back.
Can a spunky little kitty show Connor and Nadine that doing the wrong thing is sometimes right, especially when it comes to love?
“Beautiful romance with a touch of suspense, great combination!” – Amazon review
“A beautiful, heartfelt story. Love saw. Love came. Love conquered. I truly recommended everyone to read this book.” – Amazon review
Rachelle Ayala is a bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Her foremost goal is to take readers on a shared emotional journey with her characters as they grow and become more true to themselves. Rachelle believes in the power of love to overcome obstacles and feels that everyone should find love as often as possible, especially if it’s within the pages of a book. Her book, Knowing Vera, won the 2015 Angie Ovation Award, and A Father for Christmas garnered a 2015 Readers’ Favorite Gold Award.
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I have read several of Rachelle Ayala’s books and have loved them all but this is my Have a Hart Romance I’ve read. Seeing as how this is book number three, you can definitely read this as a standalone book.
I have a preference for firemen. It probably has to do with my father being one so I was around them frequently. Not only does this book have a hot fireman but it also has a romance and a mystery angle to it. Three of my favorite things in a book all in ONE book.
I had trouble figuring out who the bad guy was in this book. It is hard for a mystery to keep me until the end. I usually have it down a chapter or two before the book gives up the bad guy but in this book, I was still trying to figure it all out when it came to a head.
The love story part of this book is a great one. It seems a bit odd but works out in an interesting way.
While I know I seem a bit out of sorts on this review, Spring Fling Kitty is a great read.
Disclaimer: I received this book through Beck Valley Book Tours. All opinions are my own.
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