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I really liked the idea of the story. I mean a stripping baker?! It’s so different from the usual tropes and storylines out there right now. Cute story and characters.
I was not a fan of the narrator however. That was a huge turnoff for me and made me drag the listen out waaaay longer than I usually listen.
It wasn’t a deterrent as far as giving her other audios a try but this one maybe should have been just a read instead of a listen.
Seized by Love is the first book in the Love in Bloom/Ryders Series. This book is about Blue Ryder and Lizzie Barber's love story. Lizzie is flower shop owner during the day and the "Naked Baker" by Night. Her nighttime job however it mainly to put her sister though school and use the extra money to pay off her flower shop. Lizzie and Blue have known each other for years and Blue finally talks Lizzie into allowing her to date him but Lizzie fears her secret night job will be the end of their relationship.
This was my first book of Melissa's and I found it to be well thought out and her characters very well written. There was a lot of character development and I felt like I really connected to them throughout the storyline. Melissa puts a lot of emotions into her characters and you can feel them in her writing style. There is also some great sex scenes which is always nice in a romance novel. I like that I also got to know other characters and want to read their books as well.
I was given this book by the author, narrator or publisher in exchange for my unbiased review
Would you listen to Seized by Love again? Why?
Yes, because this its great love story, Blue and Lizzie are perfect for each other.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Seized by Love?
When Lizzie tells her family and best friend Skye how she earned her money, and the way she stood her ground.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
When Blue joins Lizzie in her video, you could almost see yourself watching them.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Baking made sexy
Any additional comments?
I loved this book, with so many hunky hero's that Melissa has written about its only when you re read or listen that you remember how great Blue is.