Review: No More Talking (Hearts Are Wild #1) by Rhian Cahill

March 16, 2015 Review 0

Review: No More Talking (Hearts Are Wild #1) by Rhian Cahill

It’s all…or nothing.

Zac Moreland knew he shouldn’t act on the sizzling attraction between him and his best friend’s little sister. But act he did, and he can’t forget that one night he let the heat between them burn.

Now, after months of doing everything in his power to avoid a repeat performance, he’s ready to admit defeat—and ready to go up in flames all over again.

Freddie never understood why Zac gave her the hottest night of her life and then the cold shoulder. But what she does know is that her eyes are wide open when it comes to Zac, and he better understand that this time she isn’t settling for anything less than everything.

Warning: Two people learning to be more than friends and a big brother ready to spillblood.

Title: No More Talking
Author: Rhian Cahill
Series: Hearts Are Wild #1
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: March 17, 2015
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 78
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Amazon
Visit the Author's Website

Stars: three-stars
Flames: four-flames

I don’t usually care for the “second chance” or “best friend’s little sister” tropes so I was rather surprised when I started reading this that I had even chosen to.  Guess I was in a strange mood that day.  So bear with me please.

This was actually a nice little read.  Nothing terribly complicated.  But there was that “best friend’s little sister” thing going on.  I personally think that is just so silly.  I mean really, if this little pain in the back side suddenly becomes a gorgeous young woman, well fantastic.  The guy has already seen her at her worst and has fallen for her anyway.  I would think that would be a plus.  Just my humble opinion.

Granted, this little sister did have some issues as a teenager that caused her brother and his friends to be even more overbearing and overprotective than some, but she is 25 now and has overcome those teenage issues.  She has not just one, but two college degrees and runs her own successful business.  So big brother really needs to back it off.  She has more than proven she can now take care of herself and make good decisions all on her own.

As for the best friend.  He needs to get over the “No more talking” line and let her speak a bit.  He might find out a thing of two.  But then, he might actually have to admit to himself that he feels more than he thought he did too.

This was a hot, though sweet romance.  Not my favorite trope, but well done and entertaining.  I did wonder about the brother and his new wife though.  This book started at their wedding and issues with their romance was alluded to.  Don’t worry.  This did read okay as a stand-alone, but in my checking about the brother I found that it is a spin-off of another series by this author.  Just a heads up.

If you are a fan of Rhian Cahill, you will love this.  If you are a fan of “second chances”, or “best friend’s little sister” tropes, you will love this.  If you just like a nice contemporary romance with some hot sex, you will like this.  I nice enjoyable read.

Romance Review

Comments are closed.