Another case of judging a book by it’s cover. I requested this book, ‘Her Kind of Hero’ by Kathleen Dienne from Netgalley to review because I thought it’s another one of those 2 hours steamy read.
But boy was I wrong. This is not just your regular 2 hour mushy romance kinda book, but it’s somewhat a thriller. The story is rather fascinating and it makes me think a lot. One of the things is that i come to wonder when I read this book is: Is it possible for men and women who had a past together can just remain friends.
Does platonic relationship between two people who knew each other ever since they’re young can just remain platonic or at some point in their lives, they’ll be bind together in a more romantic way? Is it just a matter of time that such things happen? Well, this book explored just that, and it really makes my head spin and my imagination running.
This is a very intriguing read, and I would recommend this book for those who are asking the same questions as well. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.
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From the back of the book:
Kissing him is better than nothing.
Young widow Vanessa Bingham is ready to stop mourning. She misses the intimacy and tenderness of a man’s touch. It’s obvious her old friend Derek Lane wants her, so why does her first attempt at seduction cause him to flee?
Kissing her is a dream come true.
Derek has been in love with Vanessa forever. His feelings have kept him from having a serious relationship-or a casual one-with any other woman. So when she finally turns to him, he doesn’t want to settle for being friends with benefits.
But Vanessa is a hard woman to resist for long…
Someone doesn’t want them kissing at all.
Just as things with Derek begin heating up, disturbing photos start to arrive at Vanessa’s door. Someone is watching her every move: someone she may know. Terrified by the stalker’s very real threats, Vanessa soon realizes that Derek may be just the hero she needs after all.
Cleffairy: Soulmate, but not lovers. Lovers, but not soulmate. Nothing is perfect in this world. You got to just learn to live with that, and control your own fate.