Friday, 16 March 2018

Review Catch Up Marathon!: Where Two Hearts Meet by Liz Johnson



Revell; 384 pages; $14.99; Amazon
Today, I'm determined to finish all my needs-to-be-reviewed reviews. Well, at least I'm going to review all the ones that are published by Revell.

In this 2006 sequel to Liz Johnson's The Red Door Inn, Where Two Hearts Meets centers on Caden Holt, the executive chef of the Red Door Inn, who has to step outside of her kitchen for a bit, so she can escort Adam Jacobs, a traveling journalist, around Prince Edward Island. She would rather be cooking, but her boss insists that she should show Adam all the beautiful things the island has to offer.

Technically, Adam is supposed to be on a forced vacation, but he's actually there to work on a story. Of course this is a romance novel, so you can probably guess that sparks fly between Adam and Caden, which is exactly what happens.



Final Thoughts

Originally, I had read Where Two Hearts Meet back in 2016, but it's one of those titles that I never got around to writing the actual review for it. I ended up rereading it back in January, but once again, I never got around to writing the actual review for it; well, until today!

Liz Johnson is a good writer and I enjoyed reading The Red Door Inn, so my expectations where probably high for this sequel. The plot is pretty decent for the most part, though it sorta reminded me of a bad made-for-Hallmark movie. The characters were well-written and I liked most them; which is always a plus in any book that I read.

Overall, I wasn't disappointed with Where Two Hearts Meet. No, it's not quite as good as the first book, but it's still worth reading.



*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own.





About the Author

Liz Johnson fell in love with Prince Edward Island the first she set foot on it. When she's not plotting her next trip to the island, she works as a full-time marketing manager. She is the author of several novels including The Red Door Inn, a New York Times bestselling novella, and a handful of short stories. She makes her home in Nashville, Tennessee.

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