Audio Book Review: This Is Love by Melissa Foster

Posted on December 24, 2019 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in 2019 Audio Book Challenge, 2019 New Release Challenge / 14 Comments

This is Love by Melissa Foster delivered all I expected and more. A sexy, emotional, intense, and entertaining read. I had been looking forward to Remi’s story ever since she was introduced in the Sugar Lake series and my anticipation increased tenfold after reading Call Her Mine.
Remington Alridge, screen name, Remi Divine is an A-list actress.  Like all actresses she has her adoring fans, however there is one who has taken his adoration a bit too far. So much so, he has taken to stalking her, breaking into her home, and carrying out a host of other creepy things. To ensure her protection, and to find the perpetrator, her big brother, Aiden secured the services of bodyguards. However, Remi, who feels constricted by the constant shadowing of the guards, always ditches them. At his wit’s end, Aiden goes for the big guns. Enters Mason Swift a former soldier, who takes his job of protection seriously. He may prove to be the one bodyguard she has no desire to ditch.
Remi and Mason despite being from different worlds had several things in common. They both experienced loss at an early age. Despite this, they were strong, determined, hardworking and caring individuals. Although their attraction to each other was immediate, their relationship evolved at a slow pace, adding authenticity to the romance.
Laden with humour, I laughed at the antics of the characters. However, the funniest and sweetest moment for me was when Remi discovered that the man she had been admiring would be her bodyguard. That moment was priceless.
I found the storyline regarding the stalker intriguing. I never had a clue as to the stalker’s identity. Foster threw me a loop with that twist. Never for a moment did I saw that one coming.
It was great reconnecting with the characters from the previous series and seeing how their lives have evolved. I enjoyed the camaraderie between family and friends that is present in Foster’s stories. Piper Dalton never failed to crack me up and I wait to get her story.
Although I received an ARC through Netgalley, I opted to listen to the audio version. The narrator, John Lane did a good job in capturing both male and female voices. It was a pleasure listening to his voice.
This is Love is a great addition to the Harmony Pointe series. I am waiting with bated breath for Piper’s story. 

About Melissa Foster

Melissa Foster is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling and award-winning author. She writes sexy and heartwarming contemporary romance and women’s fiction with emotionally compelling characters that stay with you long after you turn the last page. Melissa’s emotional journeys are lovingly erotic and always family oriented, the perfect beach reads for contemporary romance and women’s fiction lovers who enjoy reading about loyal, wealthy heroes and smart, sassy heroines with complex relatable issues. Melissa also writes sweet romance under the pen name Addison Cole. Melissa enjoys chatting with readers and book clubs. Send her an email invitation to your next event! Never miss a brand new release, special promotions or inside gossip again by simply signing up to receive your newsletter from Melissa.

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14 responses to “Audio Book Review: This Is Love by Melissa Foster

  1. Debbie Haupt

    Nadene, Hi! I’m finally back from knee surgery and feeling better!!! Melissa is an author on my must read list now i just need to trim my get time to try new authors list. Great review and I LOVE the new look!

  2. Robin Taylor

    Another excellent review I choose audiobooks at times if I review a book after release date.