Monday, April 8, 2013

Book Review: Change of the Heart

         Today's review is on Change of the Heart by K.J. Wolf

I know I have said it before, but I so very much like a nice, well-written, short story. Especially one that I could see really happening. Change of the Heart is just one of those, along with being a good "rainy day" book.

Camilla White has just been fired from her job. A job that she has worked hard at for the past year. Now however, she's standing on the sidewalk in an Angel costume, in the falling snow, trying to catch a cab. Needless to say, it hasn't been a "red letter day" for her. She just wants to get home, forget about her lost job, and about men in general. But her hellish day continues when she gets a ride from the most irritating cab driver on the face of the earth.

Matt Day once had it all. Looks, money, and the gorgeous girlfriend everyone was envious of. But Eva wasn't who he thought she was. She was just another con going after the big prize. Now his credit is shot, he lives from paycheck to paycheck driving a cab, and has sworn off all women.

Will this chance encounter melt the snow and ice that is not only in the streets, but around their hearts as well? You just have to pick up this delightful short story to find out. You won't be disappointed.

4 of 5 stars
Available at Amazon

Book Description: via Amazon
(note: part of the book description is not available on Amazon so I have had to shorten it here)

Matt Day is a cab driver who was burned by the last person he let into his life and he lost everything because of it. Camilla White just got fired by her secret lover at the holiday office party and needs Matt to get her out of New York City.
On the way, a snowstorm hits and the two end up stranded in a snow drift. The only way to survive is to rely on each other. With two damaged hearts on the line, it might take a Christmas miracle to make it happen.


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