The Art of Loving Lacy by Addison Cole Review

The Art of Loving Lacy
Sweet with Heat: Weston Bradens #4
by Addison Cole
Release Date: May 8th, 2019
World Literacy Press
Source: ARC provided by the author


Lacy Snow wasn’t looking for love when she met strikingly handsome and seductive Dane Braden. But how could she ignore the six-foot-three darkly handsome god who tagged and researched sharks for a living—and made every nerve in her body tangle into an overly sensitive knot? Even her fear of sharks could not suppress their intense attraction.

As the founder of the Brave Foundation, Dane Braden travels from port to port, educating and advocating on behalf of the mammals he adores—and spends his nights finding solace in the arms of strangers. The last thing Dane was looking for when he met Lacy Snow was a relationship, and the last thing he expected was to fall in love.

More than a year—and hundreds of flirty texts, steamy phone calls, and sensual video chats—later, they reunite and take passion to a whole new level. But as Lacy’s phobia meets Dane’s past love life, their steamy romance is upended, and when tragedy strikes, Dane and Lacy are forced to face their deepest fears head-on as they try to navigate their own sea of love.



*ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review*

Just when I was looking for something different to read, up pops Addison Cole with her latest book in the Sweet with Heat series; The Art of Loving Lacy and boy what a story! 

Lacy Snow isn't; looking for love, especially with the type of guy like Dane Braden! Despite his shocking good looks and magnetic personality, there is one big drawback, he is a shark tagger! But Dane is not willing to give Lacy up, and is determined to make things work! 

Now I'm not going to go into delve anymore into the story, but I will give kudos to the author for embracing modern-day long-distance relationships with the use of FaceTime and text messages, not many books that I have read have managed to find the right balance, but this author has, and I commend her for that. As normal Addison Coles storytelling and writing are equally outstanding 

Overall I found The Art of Love Lacy is an enjoyable read about finding love and fighting to keep it, which is why I give it 4 stars.





Addison Cole is the sweet alter ego of New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Melissa Foster. She writes humorous and emotional sweet contemporary romance. Her books do not include explicit sex scenes or harsh language.

Addison spends her summers on Cape Cod, where she dreams up wonderful love stories in her house overlooking Cape Cod Bay.
Visit Addison on her website or chat with her on social media. Addison enjoys discussing her books with book clubs and reader groups and welcomes an invitation to your event.




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