Lost on the Road to Love

Lost on the Road to Love

by Kay Harris

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BN ID: 2940158581847
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 03/14/2018
Series: I Want Morrison , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 657,337
File size: 583 KB

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Lost on the Road to Love 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Allykitten More than 1 year ago
---4.5 Stars--- This book is such a fun, exciting, carefree adventure that touches on good times, friendships, life lessons, and of course love. This book is about Chelsea, a camera operator who has just been assigned to film a new reality series featuring Henry Rush, her childhood crush. Henry, is the son of a legendary rock star and has grown up with people always wanting something from him. Henry is more guarded and reserved than Chelsea, who is fun, carefree, independent, and outspoken – all things Henry wishes he could be. Chelsea and Henry quickly develop a friendship and it isn’t long until that turns into more. However, will these two be able to hold onto their romantic relationship or is this just a fling and friends is all they’re meant to be? I really liked the main characters, Chelsea and Henry. They were genuine, relatable, and likable. Plus, these two had so much chemistry! They were such developed characters and just really seemed to play well off each other. I found myself constantly rooting for them! The only dig I have against the book is how Chelsea played the relationship game with Henry. She was so indecisive! However, maybe that was her carefree attitude, but I still found it annoying at times. Yes, I know, you don’t want to throw all your cards down on the table at once, especially in a new relationship. But if I had a chance with my childhood crush, then all bets are off – all cards face up on the table. This book is book two in the I Want Morrison Book Series. Although I had not read book one I did not find myself lost or confused while reading this book as it can be read as a standalone. However, there are some references and shared characters that I think the book may have been more enjoyable having started with book one first. I would also like to point out the more PG/PG-13 rating of this book as the adult scenes are behind closed doors. This book should be considered as more of a sweet, contemporary romance read than a hot, sexy, steamy romance read. Personally, I enjoy both types of reads, but just want to point this out for any expectant reader so they know what level of hot chili peppers they are getting with this book lol. All in all, I really enjoyed reading this book and would absolutely recommend this book and this series to all readers who enjoy sweet, fun loving, contemporary romance books! **Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book and have voluntarily provided an honest, and unbiased review in accordance with FTC regulations.**
Andrea_C More than 1 year ago
I admit I was a little confused when I started reading this book. The story just dives right in to the present day and then quickly flashes back to when Chelsea and Henry met. The story then continues as snippets of memories of the development of their friendship as they work on the show together, interspersed with present day conversation as the two of them try to sort out their relationship. The consistency of those flashbacks (plus me finally remembering that this was the second book in the series) helped me to make sense out of it and I really got into it. I think I liked this book better than the first one. I really like Chelsea. She is so down-to-earth, despite her wealthy upbringing. Of course, having gotten to know her beloved brother Jack in the first book, this isn't really surprising. She is smart and creative and determined to make her own way in life. That is very admirable, especially when she could have everything that she ever wanted given to her on a silver platter. Henry is also quite likable. He also has had similar opportunities falling at his feet, but also wants to make it on his own. I still don't quite understand why he agreed to do this show, even though he tries to explain it. But I'm glad that he did, because that's how he and Chelsea met. I really like the two of them together. They easily fall into a super close friendship, that of course develops into something more. Isn't that just what we all want in life? And while this book is short, it's not like they fell madly in love with each other at first sight. It felt like a natural progression in a reasonable amount of time. They left me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. Is their relationship perfect? Of course not. They have their ups and downs as they figure out how to navigate the ever-changing dynamic of their relationship. And they have to figure out how to make it work. This book also ends on sort of a cliffhanger in the epilogue that isn't a total cliffhanger. Our story comes to a satisfying conclusion, but there are strong hints of a third book to come, this one involving Jack and Chelsea's brother. I'm still a little mad at him after the first book, but I am guessing that he will redeem himself in the next one. It made for a lovely evening reading. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
Andrea_C More than 1 year ago
I admit I was a little confused when I started reading this book. The story just dives right in to the present day and then quickly flashes back to when Chelsea and Henry met. The story then continues as snippets of memories of the development of their friendship as they work on the show together, interspersed with present day conversation as the two of them try to sort out their relationship. The consistency of those flashbacks (plus me finally remembering that this was the second book in the series) helped me to make sense out of it and I really got into it. I think I liked this book better than the first one. I really like Chelsea. She is so down-to-earth, despite her wealthy upbringing. Of course, having gotten to know her beloved brother Jack in the first book, this isn't really surprising. She is smart and creative and determined to make her own way in life. That is very admirable, especially when she could have everything that she ever wanted given to her on a silver platter. Henry is also quite likable. He also has had similar opportunities falling at his feet, but also wants to make it on his own. I still don't quite understand why he agreed to do this show, even though he tries to explain it. But I'm glad that he did, because that's how he and Chelsea met. I really like the two of them together. They easily fall into a super close friendship, that of course develops into something more. Isn't that just what we all want in life? And while this book is short, it's not like they fell madly in love with each other at first sight. It felt like a natural progression in a reasonable amount of time. They left me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. Is their relationship perfect? Of course not. They have their ups and downs as they figure out how to navigate the ever-changing dynamic of their relationship. And they have to figure out how to make it work. This book also ends on sort of a cliffhanger in the epilogue that isn't a total cliffhanger. Our story comes to a satisfying conclusion, but there are strong hints of a third book to come, this one involving Jack and Chelsea's brother. I'm still a little mad at him after the first book, but I am guessing that he will redeem himself in the next one. It made for a lovely evening reading. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
Andrea_C More than 1 year ago
I admit I was a little confused when I started reading this book. The story just dives right in to the present day and then quickly flashes back to when Chelsea and Henry met. The story then continues as snippets of memories of the development of their friendship as they work on the show together, interspersed with present day conversation as the two of them try to sort out their relationship. The consistency of those flashbacks (plus me finally remembering that this was the second book in the series) helped me to make sense out of it and I really got into it. I think I liked this book better than the first one. I really like Chelsea. She is so down-to-earth, despite her wealthy upbringing. Of course, having gotten to know her beloved brother Jack in the first book, this isn't really surprising. She is smart and creative and determined to make her own way in life. That is very admirable, especially when she could have everything that she ever wanted given to her on a silver platter. Henry is also quite likable. He also has had similar opportunities falling at his feet, but also wants to make it on his own. I still don't quite understand why he agreed to do this show, even though he tries to explain it. But I'm glad that he did, because that's how he and Chelsea met. I really like the two of them together. They easily fall into a super close friendship, that of course develops into something more. Isn't that just what we all want in life? And while this book is short, it's not like they fell madly in love with each other at first sight. It felt like a natural progression in a reasonable amount of time. They left me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. Is their relationship perfect? Of course not. They have their ups and downs as they figure out how to navigate the ever-changing dynamic of their relationship. And they have to figure out how to make it work. This book also ends on sort of a cliffhanger in the epilogue that isn't a total cliffhanger. Our story comes to a satisfying conclusion, but there are strong hints of a third book to come, this one involving Jack and Chelsea's brother. I'm still a little mad at him after the first book, but I am guessing that he will redeem himself in the next one. It made for a lovely evening reading. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
Andrea_C More than 1 year ago
I admit I was a little confused when I started reading this book. The story just dives right in to the present day and then quickly flashes back to when Chelsea and Henry met. The story then continues as snippets of memories of the development of their friendship as they work on the show together, interspersed with present day conversation as the two of them try to sort out their relationship. The consistency of those flashbacks (plus me finally remembering that this was the second book in the series) helped me to make sense out of it and I really got into it. I think I liked this book better than the first one. I really like Chelsea. She is so down-to-earth, despite her wealthy upbringing. Of course, having gotten to know her beloved brother Jack in the first book, this isn't really surprising. She is smart and creative and determined to make her own way in life. That is very admirable, especially when she could have everything that she ever wanted given to her on a silver platter. Henry is also quite likable. He also has had similar opportunities falling at his feet, but also wants to make it on his own. I still don't quite understand why he agreed to do this show, even though he tries to explain it. But I'm glad that he did, because that's how he and Chelsea met. I really like the two of them together. They easily fall into a super close friendship, that of course develops into something more. Isn't that just what we all want in life? And while this book is short, it's not like they fell madly in love with each other at first sight. It felt like a natural progression in a reasonable amount of time. They left me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. Is their relationship perfect? Of course not. They have their ups and downs as they figure out how to navigate the ever-changing dynamic of their relationship. And they have to figure out how to make it work. This book also ends on sort of a cliffhanger in the epilogue that isn't a total cliffhanger. Our story comes to a satisfying conclusion, but there are strong hints of a third book to come, this one involving Jack and Chelsea's brother. I'm still a little mad at him after the first book, but I am guessing that he will redeem himself in the next one. It made for a lovely evening reading. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.