River of Love : Love in Bloom

  • by Melissa Foster
  • Narrated by B.J. Harrison
  • Series: Love in Bloom
  • 9 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

River rafting and adventure company owner Sam Braden works hard and plays harder. He's fast, focussed, and determined - and never at a loss for a willing woman to share his time with. The trouble is, the only woman he wants refuses him at every turn.
Physician assistant Faith Hayes escaped her painful past and built a safe, happy life in Peaceful Harbor. She's also put what she's learned to good use helping others by founding Women Against Cheaters, an online support group. When her boss's sinfully sexy brother sets his sights on sweet Faith, she knows the self-professed player is everything she shouldn't want, and she's determined to resist him.
Sam pulls out all the stops, proving to Faith that his past doesn't have to define his future. As she lets down her guard and begins to trust Sam, intense conversations turn to intimate pleasures. But when real life steps in and their pasts collide, it's Faith who's left with something to prove.


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Customer Reviews

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Olil and Water

What do you get when you mix a lady’s man with a woman who is weary of men in general, and those that cheat in particular. Sparks! I loved reading this book and seeing a love unfold between a man who was never willing to commit and a woman who never wanted to commit again.

Despite his brother’s warning to stay away from Faith, Sam was on a mission to earn her trust. The lengths that Sam will go to in order to make Faith believe in him was very romantic. And Faith had to go against her best friend’s advice and take a leap of faith and hope that Sam would catch her!

I had read this book awhile ago and loved listening to it again as it brought me back and let me experience Sam and Faith's story in a totally different perspective.
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- FMDiamant

okay read

I generally love Ms. Foster's books but this one I had a hard time enjoying. The characters Sam and Faith were a good couple once Faith worked through her trust issues. I felt that with the way Faith's character kept returning to her issues with Sam's past had how for most of the book had a hard time getting around it, it made her a weak character and hard for me to like. I also did not like Faith's 'best friend' Vivian because her jadedness over men and refusal to be supportive of Faith and her wanting to try for a relationship with Sam did not make her a good friend and hard to like as a character. I felt bad for Sam at the beginning of the book as nothing he did appeared to win him any trust points. I liked the strong sense of family that was throughout the book and the return whether through mention or appearance of the characters from the previous books in the Love in Bloom series. The plot of this story moved along well and flowed nicely. The narration from Mr. Harrison was enjoyable to listen to as it was smooth and it flowed well.
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- lclarke1

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-13-2016
  • Publisher: Melissa Foster