A Taste of Love by Clare Lydon

Can I move to the Cotswolds?

What was the book about?

Natalie is the village sweetheart. Everyone loves her; the only problem is she can’t find love. She has all but given up on love when Ellie crashes into her… literally! Ellie is from London originally, but she is ready for a quiet life in the Cotswolds with her newly opened Ice Cream parlour.

Neither women are looking for love, but love finds them, and with the usual wacky family members and village locals you are in for a wild ride!

Featured Tropes

Big City meets Small town, Village sweetheart, Small town romance.

Book Strengths:

Fantastic book! Once I started it, I couldn’t put it down and the late night/early morning finish was a testament to what a beautiful story it was. I especially loved the secondary characters in this book, especially Natalie’s Dad. He won my heart in a big way.

Book weaknesses:

I would have loved an epilogue for these two awesome ladies.

Character Chemistry:

Natalie and Ellie have chemistry in spades! The attraction was evident from very early on, and when they do finally get to the first kiss, it was explosive. The sexual tension and build-up was spectacular. I love how the author cultivated their passion for each other.

Heat Rating: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Excellent novel and this new series is shaping up well. I can’t wait to start Harper Bliss’s book three in the Village Romance Series.

Star Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.5 Stars)

 

If you would like to purchase A Taste of Love please follow links below:

Amazon US

Amazon AU

Amazon UK

 

Copy of Reviewed at Les Revêur

 

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