Title – Heels of Love
Series – From Love to Loathe
Author – Phoenix Rayne
Genre – Contemporary Romance
Publication Date – September 26, 2013
Publisher – G Street Chronicles
Cover Artist – G Street
When Cricket Hooper moves to Seattle she only has a couple of goals—find a job and an apartment near her friend Chelle, and basically to live a quiet, normal life. However, it isn’t long before life becomes far from normal. When a mysterious man helps get her car out of the mud after she makes a wrong turn, she finds herself in his thrall. He wines and dines her, quite literally, and before Cricket can stop it, things are steamy and serious…very serious. Cricket is thrown aback when Jyme turns out to be more than a simple fisherman, but then she isn’t telling all of her story either.
As a debut book this book was great, I saw a few things that weren't for me with the style of writing, but I would never say don't read it because of it. Again this is a debut and like every other author the style will become better and better. Now that I have gotten this off my chest, the story was great, it all starts off with a woman who can't commit and leave an engagement right before the wedding. She runs to Washington and goes on a tour of Forks, she never really says this but she mentions the reservations and then Stephanie Meyer so therefore you catch on quickly.
Cricket is a typical woman, one who thinks people are always out to get her, that they aren't always nice, but then she meets Jyme and the story goes from there. The story is full of twists and turns and scandals. Overall its a great book and I can't wait for her to put out the next one. At points you want to just shake them and others you want to throw something at them. If an author can provoke those kinds of emotions into you, then she must be doing something right, right? A good read to pick up!
I give this book 4 stars
My parents planned for me, conceived me, and then birthed me. After that, things got much more boring. I didn’t do much, but I did do some things. I lived more and did more things. Then I found that I’m only happy when I write. So now, I mostly write and am, therefore, happy.