Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Review: My Missing Puzzle Piece by Kristin Hoepfl


Sometimes making the wrong move ends up being the right one.

For Elle Davis, love seems like something that happens to other women. So when her heart flutters upon meeting Trevor Cavanaugh, she is surprised by the momentary glimmer of hope she feels—and appalled moments later by her inexplicably rude response to him.

Before Elle, Trevor has never had trouble with women. But she is a mystery, and now he can’t stop thinking about her. He’s mostly convinced himself it’s just because he needs her expertise to find out who’s sabotaging his business, but there’s more to it than that…

Does love really conquer all in the end?

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Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest opinion. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

Elle seems to be losing faith in love, she thinks that love is something other women experience. But when Elle meets Trevor she wonders if maybe she was wrong. But before she can think on that anymore she's rude to him. Why? She's not sure.

Trevor on the other hand has his pick of women and has never struggled around them. Until Elle! Trevor wants to find out who is trying to sabotage his business but to do that he needs professional help; which is in the form of Elle. Trevor soon finds that he can't stop thinking about Elle.

Can they work together and have a relationship? Or will the saboteur succeed in ruining both Trevor's business and happiness too?

The blurb I received on this book is different to the synopsis above; but I prefer this synopsis; it's more concise and gives away less. I had forgotten that I had told Kristin I would review this as it felt like it had been ages from when I agreed to review this to when I received the email with the book attached. But we got there eventually and here we are!

I really did enjoy reading My Missing Puzzle Piece. I loved the story and the characters. Elle and Trevor both have qualities that I think most of us could relate to at some point in our own lives. Kristin has portrayed her characters well, she has made their thoughts and feelings clear. Their interactions were believable and some were fun to read. The characters themselves show signs of growth from the start to the end, and I think that they have lots of potential.

The plot was clear and well written, it was easy to follow and become engrossed in. The flow of Kristin's writing made it very easy for me feel as though I was a part of the story. Kristin's writing style is also effortless to read and engaging.

I found My Missing Puzzle Piece to be a fairly quick read for me and would recommend this to anyone who loves a good romance. I'm looking forward to reading more by Kristin and seeing how she grows as an author.

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