Sharon’s review ~ 1012 Curvy Way by Shawn Hart & Cameron Hart

Posted October 14, 2021 by Sharon in Mainstream, Reviews, Sharon/Slick / 0 Comments

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Sharon’s review ~ 1012 Curvy Way by Shawn Hart & Cameron Hart1012 Curvy Way by Shawn Hart, Cameron Hart
Published by Independently Published on October 12, 2021
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, Small Town & Rural, Virgin hero/heroine
Pages: 108
Format: ARC, eBook, Kindle Unlimited
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3 Stars

Ken Coleman has a problem.

He’s the town doctor in Cherry Falls, which is normally a pretty fun job, only his nurse just retired and now his easy-going routine is shattered and he’s desperate to find someone to fill the position.

He’s focused on keeping his clinic running smoothly but a certain raven haired beauty is wreaking havoc with his concentration.

Gracie just might be the solution.

Gracie owns the local flower shop and she lives to create the perfect bouquet that can brighten someone’s day. When she notices how stressed-out Dr. Coleman is, she decides to do what she does best and send him flowers.

The two of them grow close but work commitments and Ken’s too high standards it might just be too much for them to overcome.

Will she be able to convince him to slow down and smell the roses?

If you need a quick, small town, steamy romance then 1012 Curvy Way is definitely for you. ~ Sharon – Simply Love Book Reviews

 

 

This was my first book by authors Shawn Hart and Cameron Hart and it was a cute and steamy small town romance. 1012 Curvy Way features the town’s florist  who decides the town’s overwork and stressed out doctor needs a bit of brightness in his life and delivers a flower arrangement to his office and soon realizes that despite being overworked, he wants more time with her.

Gracie was easy to like; sweet and caring she loves the business her aunt left to her that gave her a chance to leave Chicago and her overbearing, nothing was every good enough for him father. As I haven’t read any other books in this series, I have no idea if more about who she is as a person was in those books but honestly she was a bit one dimensional. Same for Ken, we know he was in the military, came to Cherry Falls to open a medical practice because of good memories from childhood after he got out of the service and lost his parents in an accident.  He’s uptight, and a bit of a perfectionist who expects that in people he employs. At first I wasn’t sure I liked him very much but he grew on me, I just really needed more development and growth from these characters to make this a great story.

Ken and Gracie had great chemistry, but considering they hadn’t spent much time together the relationship moved quickly without them learning much about each other. I enjoyed them together, their intimate moments were scorching, but there wasn’t a lot of emotion or substance.

If you need a quick, small town, steamy romance then 1012 Curvy Way is definitely for you.

3 Stars

About Cameron Hart

Cameron Hart is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance. She writes books with lots of heat, plenty of sweet, and just enough drama to keep things interesting.

Cameron graduated from the Iowa Writers Workshop in 2012 with a degree in creative writing. When she’s not working on her next book, Cameron can be found reading, crocheting, doing yoga, and chasing around her grumpy cat.

About Shawn Hart

USA Today Bestselling Author Shaw Hart writes contemporary and new adult romance. She loves writing instalove romances that always end in happily ever afters.

She lives in a constant state of motion, chasing after her two children and three dogs. Shaw enjoys the simple things in life, like spending time with her family and friends.

When she’s not doing that, she’s reading romance books, watching stand up comedies or crime TV shows. Her favorite book tropes are secret baby and boss/employee romances. She’s a Pinterest addict, dog lover, tea snob, and a wannabe yogi.

Posted October 14, 2021 by Sharon in Mainstream, Reviews, Sharon/Slick / 0 Comments