Jul 15, 2015

Fated for Love by Melissa Foster Review

Librarian Callie Barnes has visions of reading and relaxing--and maybe having a few too many drinks--on her girls' weekend away. Her hopes are crushed when her friends pull into a dude ranch instead of a spa, and she refuses to say longer than one night. That is...until she realizes the ranch is owned by sinfully sexy, and dangerously rugged, Wes Braden--the subject of her late-night fantasies.

Fearless rancher Wes Braden thinks he's the luckiest guy on the planet when the sweet, sexy librarian from his hometown shows up at his ranch. Their connection is white-hot, making it impossible for either to ignore their carnal desires. Wes is more than willing to convert sweet Callie from chick lit to a world of erotic romance, but Callie ties sex to love, and Wes avoids commitment like the plague.

Callie is thrust into physically demanding activities that ignite her deepest fears. Luckily, Wes is as tender as he is strong, and he's there every step of the way to help her find her inner strength. With Callie's influence, Wes might even discover that he's been nursing a few fears of his own. Passion pulls Callie and Wes from their safe, comfortable lives into each other's arms, and they're about to find out just how alike they really are.

This book is such a cute story and I loved every second of it.
Callie is a curvy woman that has self-image issues. She is also very attracted to Wes, a local who she selects books for every week at the library. Callie can barely speak a word let alone a sentence. When another local Tiffany makes a play at Wes, Callie doubts herself and backs off. Callie thinks she can only care for Wes from afar and resigns herself to the fate of always being a friend. She does have one piece of excitement planned however and that is going to the Spa with her friends for a girl’s trip and that gives Callie some excitement.
Wes is very attracted to Callie, so much so that he now goes to the library every week to get 3 books, where he can just about manage one. Wes thinks it’s cute how Callie is shy around him. After a little trickery from her friends, Callie and Wes end up on a dude ranch together and after some bumps and bruises does Callie go home or does she give Wes and the dude ranch a chance?
I really can identify with Carrie's character and fully understands her issues with her curves, as I have them myself. I do have to say that the character Wes is a dream boat, but then again, so are all of the Braden Men.
I give this book 10 out of 10 as the writing is so smooth and the story is inspiring, Ms. Foster has done it again.

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