Work In Progress by Christina Esdon

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Work In Progress by Christina Esdon
Publisher: Booktrope Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full (261 pgs)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rated: 4 Stars
Review by Rose

Psychologist Reese Morgan is a feisty workaholic who has devoted her life to helping seriously ill children.

But work is just one of the many walls she has put up to protect herself from the legacies of childhood trauma and heart-wrenching grief. When the family support program she has struggled to build at the local hospital is threatened, Reese must confront her past and embrace her future.

Sparks fly when she comes face to face with a handsome visionary: the contractor who is set to demolish the children’s wing.

Can Reese tear down the walls around her heart to let love in?

Put three friends together — bring in three eligible bachelors— and you have a romance novel made in heaven!  Work In Progress is just such a book. The main characters are Reese, a psychologist with a love for working with children, and Josh, a builder who has just taken over his father’s company and in the process of doing some major changes.

The title of the book couldn’t be more perfect– there are several “works in progress” throughout the course of the book– from the actual buildings that Josh works on to the psychological healing Reese embarks on.

Reese and Josh, unlike many romance books, however, share center stage with Nikki, Julia, and their relationships. There is also an intriguing mystery surrounding Julia that I feel sure will be cleared up in subsequent books.

Work In Progress is an easy read– just right for an evening’s relaxation with people who are a lot of fun to be with. Most of the characters are people it wold be fun to hang out with—and I’m looking forward to reading more about them in the next books in this series.

Comments

  1. Thank you for hosting

  2. Great review. Sounds like an awesome story.

  3. Such a great review! This tour has made me SO excited to start reading. *runs out to store and gets book* ! well…more like, clicks to amazon and buys…but still 😛
    andralynn7 AT gmail DOT com

  4. Thank you so much for hosting me and for the lovely review, Rose!

  5. Sounds like a great read.

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  6. Great review!
    Sounds like a great read!!
    natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

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