Review of Made to Love by S.M. West

Made to Love
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This story had everything I look for in romance! Highs, lows, laughter, tears.

The pacing of this story was perfection! Not a single time did I consider skimming because there was a lull or it was too drawn out. The issues that they faced were real issues that real couples face. It was just a genuine book and I felt like I was there watching this happen. I adored every character and I honestly can’t find a flaw in this story for me.

I love a good strong heroine and that is exactly what we got in Olivia. She stood her ground and stuck with the decisions that she made even if other people didn’t understand where she was coming from. Sam, stuck with Olivia even when is was hard facing the obstacles that Olivia keeps putting in her way.

There was a character that I LOOVED to hate… we all hate them, but love that they are a part of the story and gah… this character was written on point!

This story ticked every single box for what I want from a romance. I caught myself smirking at my phone with mirth and joy, as well as had tears in my eyes from the heart breaking moments. Everything was worth in the end and I couldn’t be happier. Now there are a few characters I would like to hear from again.

See if you can find your happy ending in Made to Love!

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Burned by love once before, divorcee Olivia Cassidy isn’t looking for a recipe for “happily ever after”. The first time she thought she found forever, it turned out to be a marriage with no sizzle and no spice.

Busy starting up her own business and raising two older children, love is the last thing Olivia is looking for—but when the sexy young chef Samson Beaulieu comes into her life, he’s suddenly mixing up something new.

Now it’s up to Sam to show Olivia how delectable their future can be. He may know how to heat things up—both in the kitchen and in the bedroom—but is Sam really made to love her?

 AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU
B&N / KOBO / iBOOKS 

SM West was born on an island paradise on the shortest day and longest night of the year, Winter Solstice. Perhaps that’s why she’s a night owl? She loves romance and intrigue with intensity and edge. Her stories are about characters with brave hearts who fall wildly in love. If she’s not reading or writing, she’s hanging with her family, planning her next adventure, enjoying a glass of wine and indulging in chocolate.
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