#BookReview: Predicted (Gone Dutch #2) by Louise Murchie

I became a fan of Louise Murchie when I read her Tango Down Duology earlier this year, so I decided to start on the Gone Dutch trilogy. While they weren’t quite to my taste, I am enjoying them so far. See my review for book 2 below.

My Review

This book makes for a great holiday read! It’s a little sweet for my taste but I enjoyed it. If you like your romance warm and fuzzy, you will love this book, and indeed the series. I like a little more heat in my stories, but this feels much more realistic if you prefer down-to-earth, believable novels.

About the Book

Ellen gave her best years to a toad. Raising her daughter alone, is a chance meeting worth being brave for?

Shy Ellen meets protective Nick when Nick’s nephew barrels into their life and classic cars will never be the same again!

Ellen is persuaded to take a chance by her teenage daughter, after all, what harm will a text do?

As witnesses to an insurance scam, things heat up when Ellen becomes the offender’s target of intimidation, something Nick will not stand for. Can he capture Ellen’s heart and keep her safe?

This is a Sweet with Heat romance, suitable for 18+ with a happy ever after.

Buy the Gone Dutch trilogy now.

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