Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Written On Her Heart Review
Andi Callaway has dreamed of becoming a published author her entire life. Ford Delaney has always wanted nothing more than to escape his past.
An opportunity of a lifetime. This is what Andi finds when she returns home to Callaway Cove on summer break. A chance to work for her literary idol Ford Delaney is up for grabs, and she's will to risk everything-her boyfriend, her best friends, and her education to get it.
She's positive this will be the key to reaching her dreams. But the moment she begins working for the reclusive author, Andi realizes there's more to him than just a name. As attraction builds between Andi and Ford, she begins to discover consequences must come hand-in-hand with something great-which could loosen control over her tightly wound life. And once romantic sparks fly, Andi's other relationships start to crumble, Ford's fame comes back to haunt him, and the heat they generate will either forge a powerful, enduring love or threaten everything she holds dear.
This book was fun in spots, I mean who wouldn't want a dream job working for their favourite author? I know I would love for that to land in my lap. The characters are very well written, very human. Which rather makes you hate them at several points in the book. Or maybe that's just me.
Overall it was a good read and I would recommend it. You can find Written on Her Heart on Amazon.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.