Title: Call to Love
Author: Mary A Felkins
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publishing Date: Nov 15, 2019
Length: 240 Pages
About the Book:
Tracy Cassidy, a fiercely independent ED nurse, must choose between her dream job or staying in her hometown to help support her mother’s faltering ministry. Even if it means risking her heart in love with the kind of man she said she’d never marry. Why sign up to be Laurelton’s next cop widow?
Tom DeLaney, a hyper-vigilant cop and new hire from Texas, is wearied by years of failed rescue attempts to save his marriage to his ex. A free man, he moves to the foothills of North Carolina. Thing is, he hadn’t expected to fall for Tracy, his supervisor’s sister. But when his adolescent son is diagnosed with a chronic illness, he faces the risk of loving another woman with keep-out issues.
Fears related to the death of Tracy’s cop father and Tom’s inability to forgive the past threaten to sabotage any chance at love.
To trust again means surrender. Will they risk their hearts and answer the call?
Call to Love is Mary A Felkins’s debut novel. For the most part I felt she did a good job of keeping the plot moving forward, however there were places that the pace needed to slow down to allow the reader to dig deeper into the setting. Taking into consideration that I’m having a harder time than normal getting into books right now while under quarantine, I never felt fully sucked into this one. There were parts that were just hard to follow and when you are already having a hard time focusing, I think those issues were magnified. The storyline itself was intriguing though, and I did like the characters. I would recommend this to readers who especially love the fast pace for contemporary romance.
*I received a copy of this book through JustRead Tours. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.