|Posted by Rebecca M Avery on March 30, 2014 at 11:00 AM|
As I've mentioned before with other reviews... You will notice that I only post about books that I know I will finish and that I at least somewhat like. I was raised that if I don't have anything nice to say about something... just don't say anything. However, you will find that only books that I couldn't put down and end up re-reading multiple times (even years later) make the five star list.
Head Over Heels is the third book in Jill Shalvis' Lucky Harbor series. This story revolves around the youngest of the three sisters, Chloe. I enjoyed this book as I felt like Chloe is one of those people I would want to be friends with. She's willing to stick her neck out for those things... or people... that are important to her.
Likes: Chloe is a free spirit and of all the sisters, I related to her the best. Shes a no holds barred, live in the moment kind of woman. Her character was fun and all around sweet. The plot involves her brushes with trouble and the local Sheriff... Again, a few humorous moments over all. This book was my favorite of the series because it touched on realistic feelings regarding her sister's not giving her the opportunity to show that she's matured and taken on more responsibilities for the Inn that they all inherited. I liked that the issue was one that you could see not only Chloe's point of view on the matter but could also understand where the other two sisters were coming from.
Dislikes: I don't believe that I will continue with this series because the next book revolves around a new character that is introduced about half way through Head Over Heels. I'm not invested in this new person enough to read her story and the other books in the series appear to be about characters I haven't even met yet.