She Loves Me by Melissa Foster (ARC Review)

My arc review for She Loves Me (Harmony Pointe, Book 3) by Melissa Foster

She Loves Me by Melissa Foster

Series: Harmony Pointe, Book 3

Style: Friends to Lovers

Release Date: April 21, 2020

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Synopsis

Something is off in Piper Dalton’s life, and she has a feeling it might just be her. All her siblings are blissfully settled with their forever loves. But while her sisters were dreaming of white weddings, Piper was left heartbroken and commitment phobic by her first love, her best friend’s younger brother. As a woman dominating the male-driven construction industry, Piper has no interest in turning in her hammer for an apron—even if hot and hilarious Harley thinks otherwise.

Burly bar owner Harley Dutch has a bum ankle and two preteen nieces to take care of, and having his best friend, tough-as-nails and sexy-as-sin Piper Dalton, come to his rescue is just the remedy he needs. Piper is her snarky self, and she kind of sucks at caregiving, but she’s owned his heart for years, she’s got a way with the girls, and Harley would sure like to have his way with her…

As things heat up between Piper and Harley, she warns him not to fall in love with her because she’ll only break his heart. Harley is the right man for that challenge—until he makes the biggest mistake of his life, and they begin to wonder if true love really can conquer all.

Series

ARC Review

She Loves Me is a friends to lovers romance which is told from the third-person point of view which can be read as a standalone or as the third novel in the Harmony Pointe series.

Piper had her heart broken years ago by Harley’s younger brother, Marshall, and put her walls up and has been a strong independent woman ever since. Working in a male driven industry, Piper is not interested in becoming soft and hanging up her hammer and tool belt any time soon, no matter how much Harley flirts with her. After severely spraining his ankle, Harley is forced to rest until it gets better and when Piper is the one to pick him up from the hospital he feels this is the perfect time to make her realize that he has wanted her for years and that she should give him a chance to prove he is worthy of demolishing her walls for.

Melissa has done it again with another amazing novel that will tug at your heartstrings as well as have you laughing out loud. The witty and snarky banter between Harley and Piper will have you laughing out loud while the revelations will tug at your heartstrings. My favourite moment of the book was when I had my “ah ha” moment when the title clicked and all I could picture was Harley and Jiggs dancing around singing “She loves me, she really loves me”, lol. Harmony Pointe has become my second favourite Melissa Foster series as there is always a point in the novels that sticks with you that you never forget and is dangerously close to knocking The Whiskeys: The Dark Knights at Peaceful Harbor off that pedestal. Harley Dutch has officially tied Bear Whiskey as my favourite Melissa Foster character.

*ARC was generously provided in exchange for my honest review*

Quotes

“He’s like a stray dog I made the mistake of feeding and refuses to go away”

Piper Dalton, She Loves Me (Harmony Pointe, Book 3)

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.
 
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