Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Love Has Many Voices by Linda Wisdom Review

Title: Love Has Many Voices
Author: Linda Wisdom
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 234
Price: $3.99
Thoughts: A fun, fast-paced romance.

Book Synopsis:

Witch, princess, monster, or minstrel—Holly Sutton could speak in a million voices. A whirlwind of casual creativity, a magnet for every kid within calling range, she made a handsome living doing TV cartoon voice-overs. Her life in Thousand Oaks was ideal—except for Jonathan Lockwood, her stuffy neighbor. A banker, he might have been the model for Scrooge—if Scrooge had had hazel eyes and a body to die for. So why had Holly agreed to accompany him to San Francisco’s most elegant hotel? And why was she suddenly trying to make herself over in his image? They were worlds apart and ne’er the twain would meet…unless they could learn to speak in the voice that understood the intimate need that bound them beyond every difference—the very special voice of love.


I've read a number of Linda Wisdom's romance novels and they've all been fantastic, but I really, really enjoyed this one. It was such a fun, fast-paced romance and perfect for the rainy weather currently hitting my area. I love to read a romance where the characters are so opposite from one another. You have the cranky Jonathan Lockwood and fun, care-free Holly Sutton. The two couldn't be more opposite from one another so when feelings start to build, you can't help but sit back and enjoy the show.

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