What’s Love Got to Do With It? by Anna Premoli

*I Recieved this from Ebook from NetGalley in return for an honest review.* 

40868440Title: What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Author: Anna Premoli (translated by Richard McKenna)

Publisher: Aria

Publish Date: October 16, 2018

My star Rating: 4 out of 5 stars


My raw thoughts:

This is the first novel I’ve read by Anna Premoli and I can definitely say I would gladly pick up another.  A romantic comedy placed in rural Arkansas, this book made me turn to mush.  This put a spin on the city girl moving to the country, as Kayla is not on the run or hiding but simply there to write an article for her newspaper.  It’s not her fault that to investigate the shale fracking going on in Heber Springs she needs to meet the mayor head on.  It’s also not her fault that the man is dangerously sexy and immune to her charms.  A real bona-fide gentleman.

I fell in love with these two right off the bat.  Kayla came on strong as an independent, humourous woman from New York trying to win over the hearts of the towns people.  She made me laugh on so many occasions, especially when it came to her obsession with her shoes.  (Believe me, as a woman, I understand girl!)  As for Greyson, oh-my-gawd!  He was the picture of sweet and romantic throughout.  With the way he pumped his own breaks to lighten the risk of getting his heart-broken and his old-fashioned views, he made me absolutely smitten!

Though I wished I had more details describing the settings at time (add a little more description for the town or the people themselves) I feel that the strength of the romance and relationship and Kayla’s inner battle was enough to keep me in love.

Would I recommend?

Absolutely.  Not too heavy a romance, but enough for true romance fans that it’s worth a read.

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