Melanie Moreland stories always has a feel good factor. All vested stories are my favorites.It has friendship,romance,passion and love. It makes you to forget real world worries and takes me to another world
(I Voluntarily reviewed an eARC of the book for For The Love of Fictional Worlds)
What I absolutely adore about Melanie Moreland’s writing is that her romances rarely have unnecessary drama – they are hopeful, refreshing and buoyant.Van is part of the team at BAM – a secondary character in the previous Vested Interest Series; but he is someone who is reticent to do anything that would have the ability to play havoc with his status quo – even if that means ignoring his very strong attraction to his co – worker.
Liv, on the other hand, is a fiercely independent single mother who does her best to juggle personal and professional life – she is happy and content with raising her little girl and while Van, her co – worker interests her a whole lot; she doesn’t do much beyond just gazing at him.
I loved how Van and Liv are with other; but more than that I adored how Van was with Sammy, Liv’s little girl – their relationship progresses exactly how I expected; sweet, slow and definitely worth all the wait, for both of them.
When the past comes knocking for Liv, it’s also amazing to see how BAM rallies around her and Van – proving once and for all that family is exactly what makes the foundation of BAM. I have fallen in love with the characters Ms. Moreland has created, and with Van, she has cemented the fact that I would pick her books up for that feel good factor.