Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Review - Let Me Love You by M.K. Moore

Let Me Love You
by M.K. Moore
Series: 425 Madison, #2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 21, 2019

My professional life has taken off. Now if I could get a personal one, that would be great. He is so amazing. Good looking, smart, and everything I ever wanted. Why won't he let me love him?

Coming home from a life of service is hard. It's even harder when you're injured.
Why did she have to be so beautiful? She is everything I never knew I wanted. Letting her love me was the easy part.

Don't let the title fool you, this book is full of all the MK Moore yumminess that you can handle. As always, you can expect a safe and steamy happily ever after.

After all, 425 Madison Ave is the perfect place to fall in love!

Each story is completely standalone, but you'll want to read them all. Trust me.

I was really excited to read Mallory’s story after finishing the first book and, although I liked this story, I didn’t love it. I’m not a huge fan of the insta-love trope, but I was actually onboard with Mallory and Malachi falling hard and fast – hey, sometimes you just know, and I totally got that vibe from both of them.

Mallory was exceptional in so many ways. She was so accepting of Malachi and I loved how she forced him to see that his injury didn’t define who he was. Malachi was your typical over-the-top alpha at times, but his protectiveness of Mallory was sweet.

I think my two main issues were that the dialogue seemed a bit off for the characters in certain spots, making them seem a bit juvenile at times, and that their initial physical encounter seemed a bit worldly for two proclaimed virgins who have never had time for any type of relationship. Even knowing Mallory writes steamy romance, it just seemed that there may have been too much experience for a first time. This story also moved very quickly, so it was hard to really see that deep relationship develop, which I think also may have made this one lack a little bit of depth for me. Again, it wasn’t the insta-love, but more of developing the connection between the two that I would have loved to have seen more of.

Again, overall I did enjoy this one and I really loved catching up with some of the characters that were in the first book in the series, but there were a couple of things that didn’t work for me. I do love the concept of this series and am excited to see how the lives of all the characters in the series overlap and intertwine with each other, so I will definitely be reading more in this series.

I received an advance reader copy of the book for an honest review.

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