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Nash is a single father that is giving his all to his young son Philip, at the expense of his creative destiny and relationships with others. Tempest needs a new place to live and ends up renting a room from Nash so they are both able to make their bills. Neither of them expected that their new housemate would actually be so much more for both of them. Listen (or read) as both Tempest and Nash learn how to expand their lives to include each other.
Thank you Melissa
Whisper of Love (The Bradens at Peaceful Harbor, MD #5) by Melissa Foster
I received an audio ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I love audio books and B.J. Harrison is one of my favorite narrators. He continually does an exceptional job of breathing life into Melissa Foster's unforgettable characters, putting you in the middle of the story with his ability.
One of my favorite tropes is single brooding dad who willingly sacrifices for his child. Nash is drool worthy and no one does it better than Melissa Foster.
Nash Morgan is a hot, brooding and completely devoted single dad to his adorable three-year-old son Phillip. He's cautious and careful, putting his son's well-being above all else, even putting his successful sculpting career on hold. Nash is no stranger to tragedy and he makes Phillip the center of his universe. He is a tortured soul who guards his heart. Watching the two of them go about their daily routine melts your heart. Nash is openly affectionate with Phillip and nothing is sweeter, always wanting Phillip to feel loved and secure. Nash decides to rent a room out for extra income and he's extremely careful about who he's bringing into their home and into their lives.
Enter Tempest "Tempe" Braden. Beautiful, sweet, sexy and completely genuine, Tempest is a music therapist who moved to Pleasant Hill to grow her business and rents the room Nash has advertised. Tempe is open and so easy to be around that she helps open Nash's eyes to some things Phillip might be missing out on.
I love that while hard for Nash to hear that Phillip might have needs that weren't being met, he never was resentful, but considered all that Tempe suggested and as always, put Phillip's needs first, and in the process opened himself up to a world of possibilities.
There are so many things I loved, loved, loved about this book. Tempest is the perfect woman for Nash and mother for Phillip. Phillip made me want another child. He's sweet, lovable and a mini version of Nash in all the best ways. And Nash? He was the perfect tortured artist yearning for love! Melissa Foster weaves a magic thread throughout the story, making you laugh, cry and hope as you're witness to a family being born.