Flirting with Love : Love in Bloom

  • by Melissa Foster
  • Narrated by B.J. Harrison
  • Series: Love in Bloom
  • 9 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Elisabeth Nash has spent years dreaming of returning to the small town of Trusty, Colorado, where she spent summers with her favorite aunt. When she inherits her aunt's farmette, she closes her Los Angeles pet bakery and pampering business, sure that life in Trusty will be as peaceful and as welcoming as she remembers. But being an outsider in the close-knit town proves to be very different from the happy summers she remembers from her childhood - and falling for Trusty's hot, wealthy, and sinfully irresistible veterinarian, Ross Braden, sends the rumor mill into a frenzy.
Ross Braden learned long ago that gossip spreads faster than weeds in his small hometown, and Ross loves nothing more than his privacy. For that reason, he doesn't date women who live in Trusty. But that was before blond, beautiful, and refreshingly honest Elisabeth Nash flew into his vet clinic seeking help for her panicked piglet and turned his comfortable life - and his heart - inside out.
Despite rumors about Elisabeth's motives toward her aunt's property, passion brews between Elisabeth and Ross. Every steamy kiss and every sensual touch brings the pair closer together, and when Ross helps Elisabeth try to fit into the town he adores, it makes their bond even stronger. But even Elisabeth's efforts toward reaching the community, and the love she and Ross so desperately believe in, might not be enough for the protective small town to offer them a future.

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A case of animal attraction...

This book is a great addition to the Love in Bloom series by Melissa Foster. I love animals so a book about a veterinarian was sure to catch my attention and once it did, I could not stop listening.

Elisabeth is a free spirit who has returned to Trusty to try her hand at running the farm she inherited. She wants to fit into the close knit community but finds it hard to break the stigma of being a "California Girl."

A tiny pig brings Elisabeth to Ross's doorstep and into his well ordered life. Ross is serious about his veterinarian practice and about life in general so when he is seen about town with "Lissa" tongues start wagging! The rumor mill starts grinding but will the community welcome Elisabeth with open arms?

I enjoyed the book and the story is well written and narrated. Ross and Lissa and their menagerie captured my heart and this book is well worth taking the time to listen to.
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- Nanakay

The Most Wonderful Story

First, I have been looking forward to Ross Braden's story, and Melissa Foster did not disappoint. I love dogs, so I enjoyed all the ones that are in this book. I also really love how Ross is usually so in control. Then, I enjoyed meeting Elisabeth, with an "s". She is such a sweet person, and I like how she preferred the small town life, instead of her life in Hollywood. Together, they are just perfect. I very much loved listening to the book, every day as I went back and forth to work. I think B.J. Harrison is one of the best narrators there is. The way he alters his voice, I can really keep up with who is saying what, and I can just picture it in my head. This is a 5+ book and a 5+ narrator, so that equals a perfect 10.
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- Susan D

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-22-2016
  • Publisher: Melissa Foster