Author: Meg Easton
Series: Love Started #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Date: October 4, 2022
Publisher: Mountain Heights Publishing
His famous voice and dimples might make him attractive, but his celebrity status makes him anything but.
If Elle Markle learned one thing from her rock star dad, it’s to stay far away from celebrities—they can’t be trusted. (And that she didn’t inherit his voice and therefore should also stay far away from karaoke.)
Declan Davenport would say he isn’t a celebrity. His team and the millions of fans on his hugely popular science YouTube channel say otherwise.
When Elle is assigned to interview the star with the incredibly deep voice and irresistible dimples, she reminds herself that she’s dealt with celebrities before and this will be no different. When she discovers it’s actually an overnight day-in-the-life gig at his house, she resolves to keep the walls firmly up. Like, concrete-and-barbed-wire up. No celebrity is winning her heart. Not now, not ever.
Declan is wary of the mysterious interviewer visiting his home and intruding on his privacy—until he discovers that she’s smart and beautiful and exactly his type (if he had a type). They have an undeniable chemistry that surprises even the scientist in him . . . which means she’s even more dangerous than he thought.
Because there’s one interview question Declan can never answer.
And he’s the last person who can give his heart away.
Come make yourself at home in this series where coworkers become family and the romances are sweet, swoony, and chock-full of chemistry. Each interconnected stand-alone novel has its own happily ever after.
Rating: Mild. Mild kissing.
I enjoyed this installment of the Love Started series. The characters were likable and I was rooting for them through the whole book. But both Elle and Declan had some issues they had to work through. Both were scarred from their childhood situations and really a good therapist much earlier in the game would have made a huge difference in their lives but Declan’s dad has some very wise advice. A whole chapter of wisdom but we can sum up with his quote from Albert Einstein- “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow”. Good advice for all of us. Both Declan and Elle go through a huge growth arc over the course of the story. And I loved watching it happen.
I also love the supportive secondary characters and look forward to seeing the next one get his happily ever after.
This romance is a sweet love story, clean and enjoyable.
Potential triggers: Abandonment issues, Domestic violence (happens prior to the book timeline)
No sex, language or violence