A Love Discovered by Ella Jade Review








When they met, love was the last thing they were looking to discover…
Local bar owner Cali Tate has always been trendy, easy-going, and impulsive. She isn't afraid to take chances, but her carefree attitude may have put her restaurant in jeopardy. Her failing business is beginning to take a toll on her, both mentally and financially. When her best friend asks her to do a favor and take some books to the town's reclusive professor Cali welcomes the distraction. To her surprise, the sexy professor is nothing like she had pictured him.
Dr. Carter Stavros wants to be left alone. He's set in his ways and doesn't want to be bothered with the outside world. Wanting to escape the demons of his recent past, he moved to Steeple, taking a sabbatical from his teaching job to write a book. He wasn't prepared for the spunky, persistent bar owner to invade his life. But the more she pushes, the more intrigued he becomes.
Neither one of them expected to find any common ground, much less fall in love. What happens when an OCD professor collides with a risk-taking woman who won't take 'no' for an answer?
Content Warning: contains graphic sex and mature content


In true Ella Jade style, A Love Discovered starts out fast pace, gets hot and then you just want the story to last forever!
Cali is impulsive, straight forward and has purple hair. Carter is intellectual, reclusive and has OCD, but together they are perfect. Carter is struggling with life and family after a devastating loss of his wife and brother. Cali is struggling with running the bar her father gave to her and wishes she had gone to college before taking over the bar.
After Cali drops some books off to Carter, the sparks fly and neither of them can stop them. But will it last?
Great book, I loved the interaction with all the characters. The only issue I has with the book, is that everyone seems to talk down to Cali. Even though the character Cali has no issue with how she was spoken too, I had an issue reading it. Other than that one small issue, the book was fantastic
This book receives 9 out of 10. It is a fabulous beach read!

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