Title: Reel Love

Author: Elizabeth Hartey

Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074HTD645

 

Summary

Sometimes you land a great job, meet your soul mate and live happily ever after – nothing else required. This isn’t one of those times.

Annie Caslo is a successful young doctor, but when she begins rethinking the career choices she’s made, she makes a decision to find a way to stay focused and achieve her true ambitions – that is, until fate steps in and she is thunderstruck by Colt Ballard. He’s six foot three inches of heart-stopping hotness, an adept, roguish soccer star and one of her interns. But he’s a player – on and off the field – and Annie has better things to do. Still, the combustible chemistry between them is impossible to resist – Colt brings out feelings she never knew existed and Annie’s swept off her reluctant feet.

When she continues to second-guess her life choices, opportunitites and obstacles begin piling up higher than the greasy Mexican food stacks she hates to admit loving. While in a state of emotional turmoil, she gets a celestial visit from a hunky, Hollywood heartthrob lookalike, who claims to be her guardian angel. He takes her on a magical road trip to self-discovery with the help of several dearly departed film icons.

Drawn into the excitement of a life she’s always dreamed of, this new life threatens to shatter the life and love she already has – unless her quirky angel can help her find a way to have it all.

 

 

My review

4/5 Stars

A strong tale of romance, lust, and curiosity, this story of Annie and Colt is a must read for all fans of romance. The story is kind of told in two parts—the way that Annie and Colt get together and then a little bit where it fast forwards into the current story to show the way that Annie and Colt’s life together developed. It’s easy to relate to the character’s and the author’s writing has a way of making you feel for the characters…especially when Annie continues to make bad decisions! Also, if you’re a fan of the classics (whether it be movies or books) you’ll get a kick out of the quotes that the author chose to include in the story.