Speak to My Heart by Rebecca Talley

August 8, 2017 | 1 Comment
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Speak to My Heart by Rebecca TalleySpeak to My Heart
Author: Rebecca Talley
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 295
Date: August 8, 2017
Publisher: Kindle Press

When Hailey Baker receives the call that her beloved Gramps has suffered a debilitating stroke that’s left him unable to speak, she’s determined to help. Putting her accounting career at risk, she seizes the opportunity to leave her recent heartbreak and subsequent addiction to Netflix behind.

She flies cross country to Florida only to discover her grandmother is neck-deep in matchmaking schemes for the retirement community, and Gran’s next victim is Hailey.

Once Gran meets Peter Stafford, the handsome speech therapist who’s locked his heart since his divorce, neither he nor Hailey stand a chance.

Rating: Mild. Mild kissing.

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About Rebecca Talley

Rebecca Talley

Rebecca Talley lives in Texas, where she spends most of her time in the pool trying to avoid the heat and humidity. She has authored novels, stories for print and online magazines, and children’s books. She now focuses on writing romance because she believes everyone deserves their happily-ever-after.

One response to “Speak to My Heart by Rebecca Talley

  1. Maria

    I won a giveaway and had multiple options to choose from and chose this book because I was interested in the speech therapy aspect of the story. My daughter is just about to embark on a grad study program for speech pathology so I was intrigued to read more about it. I personally would have liked more details in the therapy that would be used in the situation of the book but I think it would have bogged down the story for other people so I guess that was okay as is.

    The story isn’t deep and it is fairly predictable but I enjoyed Hailey’s sweet relationship with her grandparents. Gran is pretty over the top on her matchmaking but I enjoyed that about her. And Gramps was just a sweetie.

    I think I actually enjoyed her relationship with the grandparents more than I did the romance but it was okay too. Another typical romance “I know what I feel but I’m not going to say anything and instead I will assume I know what you are thinking and feeling”. But it was cute and sweet.

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