Review: A Window to Love

 

Synopsis:

Melissa Bennette, a young beautiful woman who has tragically lost her parents in a devastating plane crash, is set to spend another Christmas holiday alone until one night as she gazes into the dressed up holiday windows of New York City and her path crosses with the gorgeous man of her dreams. Evan Duke is the world’s top male model, dreamed about and wanted by women everywhere, but he only has eyes for her. This erotic tale of twists, turns and surprises stretches from twinkling lights of New York to the sun-drenched beaches of Santa Monica to the art world of Paris. With each destination, the layers of their lives and closely held secrets fall away as a beautiful love grows out of the weeds of self-doubt and heartbreak.

Rating: 5 stars

Review:

A Window to Love by Fifi Flowers is a realistic romance that blew me away from page one. Instantly, the main character, Melissa Bennette, drew me into her life. She’s a beautiful woman who feels lonely. Watching everyone else with someone to kiss, hold, and love them while she’s off to the side alone and miserable. I could the emotions as if they were my own. It’s not until Melissa leaves the Christmas party to go window shopping as a way to pick up her spirits for the holiday. That’s when Fifi Flowers took me on a journey that unravels the inside layers of each character…both Melissa’s and the hot male model that turns up the heat fast, Evan Duke. A Window to Love is hot, sexy, and brilliantly well-written. It’s not just the hot sex that will hook readers in…but also what happens between the characters emotionally. Their lives and history, as well as their chemistry, is exactly what kept me turning the pages and falling in love. As a reader, I was enchanted. The personalities and physical action are just one part of Fifi Flowers talent as an erotic romance writer. Her words keep you lured, hooked, and begging for more. I was able to read this new novel in one sitting.  Overall, I highly recommend this juicy tale to readers everywhere.

 

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