Review: Silver Spoon (Wind Warriors #5)

May 2, 2015 Review 0

Review: Silver Spoon (Wind Warriors #5)

Spoon thinks no woman can hold his interest until he meets a woman he’d passed by many times.

Spoon feels the weight of bachelorhood settle heavily on his shoulders until he stumbles across an author at a book signing—a woman he’d walked by dozens of times and never truly seen before.
Riley is a part time romance writer who never expects to find a man to live up to the heroes in her books. Instead, she pushes through life on her own terms, happily single.

Just when they start to develop feelings for one another, fragmented family relationships come to a head and danger lurks right around the corner, threatening to end not only their budding relationship, but their lives as well.

Will they conquer the challenges and come together in love or will events out of their control tear them apart forever?

Publisher's Note: This book was previously published elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for release with Totally Bound.

Title: Silver Spoon
Author: Cheyenne Meadows
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Tiger's Lily, Triad, Broken Bridges, Blue Blood's Trifecta
Series: Wind Warriors #5
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Tiger's Lily, Blue Blood's Trifecta, Loco, Summer's Night
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Author
Published: Published: February 27, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 180
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Stars: three-stars
Flames: three-flames

Silver Spoon is the fifth book in the Wind Warrior series and it’s about my favorite character in the series so far. Which of course means I have very high expectations for this book. I think I may have set the bar too high. Hmm…

As romance goes this one is fairly good. Lots of emotions between the two main characters, Riley and Spoon. In the previous books enjoyed Spoon’s personality and found his wit and comments  very humorous and was hoping for more of that. Sadly, the Spoon in this book did not meet my expectations. He had came off more angsty . Nevertheless less, their story as it unfolds is sweet and as they discover each other secrets they find they have quite a bit in common. Romance blooms between Spoon and Riley while they struggle through challenges life throws their way. There’s appearances from the characters from the previous books and everything ends in a nice neat little package.

Here’s my problem with this book and the entire series. I have now read four out of the five books and they all feel like I am reading the same book. Each book has a big dog that was either adopted as a rescue or was found and rescued. Almost all the characters have parent issues. All but one of the lead women was a virgin. Almost all the men to blow off steam after a assignment were man-whores but meeting that special woman has completely changed them in a blink of an eye. When there is action/assignment that the Warriors have to attend to, their thoughts are always on that special person, how they may die, can’t be with them and other angsts. There’s more but I think I’ve made my point. While the stories are all nice, have HEA and no cliffhangers, there is a very set pattern and formula that each book has to contain. This might work for other readers but I like variety. I don’t want to feel like I’m reading the same book over and over. I want each book to feel uniquely different. Unfortunately, for me, each book was too déjà vu for me to enjoy.

Over-all, this is a nice romance. It has a nice flow, sexual heat and a HEA. Anyone likes to read books with that combination will enjoy Silver Spoon.


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