Unintentional by MK Harkins

Unintentional by MK Harkins
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (377 Pgs)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rated: 4 stars
Reviewed by Rose

Cade, the gorgeous song man, has every reason to steer clear of commitment and train his soulful eyes, killer dimples, and sexy voice on every beauty swaying to his band. So why is it that he finds himself truly, deeply and unintentionally, fixed on the one woman who is not so easily swept away?

The sequel to Intentional, the debut romantic novel by MK Harkins, Unintentional is the heart-racing new work that follows the tangled thread of Cade in the aftermath of his heartbreak in losing the one woman he thought was his soul mate. After taking a hiatus from his job as an engineer, as well as his role in the band as lead singer, Cade reemerges in the Seattle music scene. Enter Laurel, the tenacious and determined music agent. Laurel is determined to sign him, no matter how clearly reluctant he is. Though they try to resist one another romantically, the magnetism is as immediate as it is powerful.

Unintentional offers readers an intricate, riveting story about the fraught paces of love, while also offering strains of heartwarming humor. With rich detail, authentic characters, and plenty of blood-pumping romance, Unintentional is a moving and multilayered look at how love can slip through our fingers, only to be pulled back again at the most surprising, stirring moments.

This book is the sequel to INTENTIONAL which told the story of Cade, Jeremy, and Mattie. UNINTENTIONAL follows Cade as he tries to get over losing Mattie–who he thought was his soulmate. After taking a break from everything, including his music, he gets back into his music and meets a woman who makes him rethink everything he once thought about soul mates.

The author has done a wonderful job at painting the characters and capturing the music industry. Even the secondary characters are fully fleshed out characters — to the extent that I hope Ms. Harkins intends to write more stories with these people–especially Sophie. I have to admit that after the two main characters, she is my favorite character in the book. The author has a good voice for this genre, and fans of contemporary romance should enjoy this book.

UNINTENTIONAL is a very quick read, despite it’s length–so if you want to escape for an evening, you could do worse that pick this book up.


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  3. Thanks for your review! I really appreciate it 🙂 Marilyn

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