Book Review: Hart Signed, Sealed, Delivered by K.O. McGee

Date Read: February 5, 2021
Published: September 3, 2020
Pages: 142

Book Synopsis:

Sienna Knox has been forced to come to terms with a failed relationship. However, she refuses to crumble, opting to remain focused on her career. Flying solo, she experiences elevation. However, when a longtime friend puts his bid in for lover, her heart takes center stage once again.Josh Hart has partnered with his brother to take their family-owned business to the next level. Although his efforts have been rewarded with progress, it’s not the same for his love life. Getting his childhood friend to see him as more, has its challenges. Once he finally makes some headway, tragedy strikes, leaving their friendship blurrier than before. Will love be enough to seal their bond? Or will the sound of heavy hearts drown out what could’ve been?

My Review:

Friends to lovers is my favorite trope to read. I loved the longevity of the main characters friendship and I like how their transition from friends to lovers took place. It didn’t feel rushed. I did feel like we got a little more of why Josh fell for Sienna than we did vice versa. The biggest struggle for me while reading this book were the scene transitions. The transitions at time made it hard for me to follow what was happening. However, for the authors first project the, overall storyline and delivery were well put together. Her work is definitely promising and I’d read more to see how she progresses.

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