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Review: With No Reservations

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Review: With No Reservations

With No Reservations by Laurie Tomlinson
Reviewed by: Elizabeth Olmedo
Genre: Romance
Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming
Publication Date: May 1, 2017

Sloane Bradley will do anything to avoid the limelight. With a past she wants securely out of the present and an inability to push through her post-traumatic stress disorder, Sloane finds comfort and a sense of accomplishment running a food blog from the privacy of her home. But when holding on to her work-at-home job requires her to leave the safe confines of her walls to help launch the new restaurant for renowned chef Graham Cooper Jr., she’ll discover more than her job is a stake. Behind his worldly past, family wealth, and good looks, Sloane uncovers a broken man who, like her, longs for healing and redemption.

With No Reservations combines two of my favorite things — food and romance! Laurie Tomlinson pens a decadent tale of love, hope, and redemption in her debut novel. Flawed yet relatable characters kept me invested in their journey. Sloane displayed the perfect balance of strength and vulnerability, and I rooted for her not only to find love but to overcome her past.

Though tackling deep subjects and even deeper hurts, Tomlinson managed to keep the novel light. A cute story in the vein of Hallmark movies, I would recommend With No Reservations to romance readers searching for a quick and sweet read.

A word of advice, stay away from the kitchen while reading this. The mouth-watering dishes and heavenly aromas wafting from the pages might tempt you to eat your way through the story.

Rated PG-13: The story is clean and the author doesn’t write anything inappropriate. However, some topics might be a bit mature for young readers.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the author. Thank you!

 

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