(The Moran Family #3)
Publication date: June 27th 2017
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
They call me Romeo.
I love romancing women, and I’m good at it.
Too bad it is all a ruse.
Roman, the youngest of the three Moran brothers, is the only one who has ever believed in true love. Too bad his one special person barely acknowledges his existence.
Sabrina Morris spends her days running the HR Department of The Moran Group, and her nights corralling her teenage daughter. She doesn’t have time for love. She’s heard the stories, but Roman is not at all what she expects him to be. His gentle nature catches her completely off-guard. She doesn’t expect to be attracted to him, and she certainly doesn’t expect him to be equally drawn to her. But can she see past his Romeo façade and allow the warm, loving man into her life?
Alexis James lives on the beautiful Central California coast. When she’s not spending time with her hubby of almost 30 years or her amazing kids, you can find her tapping away on the computer. She loves reading, spending time with family, reading, camping, reading….and writing too! She enjoys a good date night, an inexpensive glass of wine, and any story that can make her smile and/or cry.
Alexis’s first novel, “Losing Faith”, was released in September 2014. Her second novel, “Loving Emma”, is a standalone, though it does feature some characters from “Losing Faith”.
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This is the third book in the Moran Family Series, and the first book I’ve read by Alexis James.
I will definitely read previous books. I had no trouble keeping up with the book, but I guess as with any series, if you read it in order the experience is much more fuller.
This is the story of Roman “Romeo” Moran and Sabirna Morris.
The book is told from both their perspectives.
I loved Roman right from the get go, he seemed like a very likable character, and a good “father” figure even though he isn’t the father of Sabrinas daughter.
Sabrina on the other hand, I liked, and respect her decisions, but one of the main tensions on the book was the decisions she is making, decision that affect not only her, but Roman and her daughter.
I did not care very much for her, bu then again, this is a book and probably, a very real reasoning in a real world situation.
The beginning hooks you right in, but about half way to through the book I kind of lost interest, not much but it did took me a little of discipline to finish the book.
All in all, I do recommend the book, and I plan on reading the first two books.
I received this book in an exchange for an honest review by expressotour