Fake Heart
My True Heart Series Book Two

By
Britney Bell

Purchase: Fake Heart

My Rating: 4

Cover: 5

POV: First-person dual perspectives

Publication: October 5th 2020

Read: September 28th 2020. *Review copy provided by Love2ReadRomancePR

Genre: #Romance #ContemporaryRomance

Kindle: 147 pages

Add to Goodreads: Fake Heart

Synopsis:

Contemporary romance author Britney Bell brings you a workaholic small town veterinarian and a city interior designer who’s trying to escape her family obligations.

Clay Walker doesn’t have time to date. One-night stands are perfectly fine to get him by, but something’s missing. His day-to-day schedule is tighter than his jeans, and he doesn’t see anyway out of the rat race.

Romi Caldwell was born to carry on the legacy of her father’s family business. That’s the last thing she wants to do, and she’ll go to extreme lengths just so she won’t have to.

One paint soaked pooch, a sexy as hell cowboy, and a plan is set in motion. Romi needs a date, and Dr. Wrangler needs a break from reality.

Fake relationship, or could it be something real? One-click to find out what’s happening in Heartville, Texas.

Can be read as a standalone. No cliffhangers. 

Fake Heart by Britney Bell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Fast paced, enjoyable read! Loved Romi and Clay!

Here’s the thing…..I love romances that are set around small towns and cowboys. I can admit that this is one on my top five, favorite romance genres. Add a sexy, sweet, protective vet into the fold and just bring on the sighs.

Fake Heart is the second book in the My True Heart series and I enjoyed it even more than the first book. Clay is the town’s only vet and to say he is busy is an understatement. The man has no time for anything other than work. He has a huge heart and will always go help an animal in need; probably more so than humans. And while he loves his job, Clay is neglecting a social life and his friends. And while he wishes he had more free time, Clay knows that isn’t likely to happen unless he makes some changes. And it isn’t until he meets Romi that Clay considers change.

Romi was a great heroine. Having to deal with the criticism of her parents regarding the life she is leading doesn’t stop Romi from making her own way. I have to admit, I didn’t much care for Romi’s superficial family. The fact that she doesn’t let their snobbery influence her only made me respect her more.

I don’t want to say too much about the story so I don’t ruin it for you. I did love the way that Romi and Clay met for the first time. That scenario says a lot about the types of characters they are. This book has a tiny bit of angst and an amazing cast of characters. The pace is steady and I was able to read this book in one sitting, uninterrupted. You do not have to read the first book in the series to fully enjoy this one. But I do recommend it. There is where you meet Clay for the first time.

Looking forward to the next in the series. I’d love to see a Christmas story out of one of the characters. That would definitely make my day.

This is my honest and unbiased review and I thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂



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