Title: Where I Belong
Author: Heather B Moore
Series: Pine Valley #2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publishing Date: March 20, 2018
About the Book:
WHERE I BELONG is Jane & Cameron’s Story
Jane Morris makes a living by cleaning the houses of the wealthy residents of Pine Valley, and she tries hard not to judge their extravagant lifestyles. But when one of her clients goes through a devastating breakup with his fiancé, Jane finds herself in the middle of his emotional mess. She wants to help him, but Cameron Vance is a man she could easily lose her heart to. Jane agrees to be his date to the charity event of the year, organized by Cameron’s mother. But the magical night shows Jane that if she’s a Cinderella, then Cameron is definitely a candidate for Prince Charming.
Where I belong is a modern day Cinderella meets Maid in Manhattan. Jane is low on the social ladder while Cameron has wealth and fame. After a moment of extreme dishonesty on Crystal’s part, Cameron calls their wedding off. Needing a date to a fundraising benefit for the hospital, Cameron invites Jane, the maid Crystal hired. He learns quickly that Jane is everything Crystal never was.
Crystal was a certifiable bridezilla. She took advantage of Cameron and abused what was supposed to be her future position in his life. The only part of the relationship I didn’t like from Cameron’s side is that he was described as a workaholic when it came to his relationship with Crystal, yet seemed to have all kinds of free time when it came to Jane.
I thought it was sweet how much of an interest Cameron took in Jane’s life outside of her work. He went with her to play cards with some of the old men she took her dad to play with each week. He didn’t come in only wanting to be romantic with her, but wanting to be a part of her daily life.
As I stated in my last post, I accidentally read these books out of order. I read the 3rd book in the series before this one. It could easily be read as a stand-alone without being lost. This is a book I could easily see as a Hallmark movie, so if you like that channel I’d highly recommend it.
*I received a free copy of this book from the author and iamareader.com in hopes of an honest review. I was not obligated to leave a positive review. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.
Age Appropriateness: Due to relevance more than content, I don’t know how interested younger readers would be. I wouldn’t recommend under 13.