Whisper of Love by Melissa Foster
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I don't think I have ever swooned so much. This book is a lifetime movie waiting to happen. So sweet. So real.
Tempest moved to Peaceful Harbor for a new start. Wanting to make her business expand to more than what it is, she moves in with her cousin and gets started. But there's a big problem, her and her cousin are complete opposites. Tempest is more of the quiet, layed back, peaceful children's music therapist. Where as Jillian is the up all night, high end fashion designer. Not being able to work with so little sleep, Tempest decides to find some place to rent. When she finds an add for a room, she thinks all her problems are solved. That is, until she meets the man with the add. Love is not something that has crossed her mind, because no man has sparked good things in her, until Nash.
Nash is a single father, who just so happens to be an amazing artist. Him and his son Phillip, live an amazingly quiet, simple life. Deciding to rent out the extra room in the house, is one of the hardest decisions he's had to make. He's worried and out the safety of his son, and bringing a stranger inside their home. Nash has had so much lose and hurt in his life, keeping his son safe and happy is his biggest challenge. He didn't realize they were missing anything, until he met Tempest. She turned his world upside down and then back right side up. She wakes up a part of him, he had long forgot about, the MAN side of himself. He has been a father first and foremost for so long, he forgot that there was more too him.
Their story is so sweet. But sweet doesn't mean there isn't rough times. Nash has a lot of demons he has to deal with, and I loved that Tempest was willing to dive in head first to be able to help him find closure.
I loved that he was a single dad. It showed the daily struggles of a single parent who is trying the hardest to do everything their child needs. But it also shows times where that parents can and will fall short. Being a single parent isn't an easy feat, but it's a job only a strong person can handle. Nash does it so well. He loves his son more than anything and it definitely shows.
I wish my family was like Tempest's family. The Braden's are so welcoming, and open, and loving. They understand each other, and support each other in everything they do. It's so awesome.
I loved this one. I can't wait to read the others in this series.
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