*Out of the Blue by P. Dangelico

* Out of the Blue by P. Dangelico
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Larkspur

Life comes at you fast and love comes out of the blue…

A small town romance about letting go of the past and learning to live in the moment.

Blue Baldwin takes no horse crap from anybody. Well, actually, that’s not entirely true. She does take horse crap. Piles of it. The real kind that is––not the metaphorical one. It kind of goes with the job description when you run a large animal rescue. What she does not take, however, is crap from an entitled movie star who needs to reform his rotten image.

Unfortunately, the farm she manages is in trouble and if she doesn’t raise the cash to save it she’ll be homeless along with the precious animals who depend on her. So she’ll grin and bear the King of Hollywood Screw Ups, and the assistant, and the overprotective brother he brings along. I mean, she takes care of large animals for a living. Isn’t that basically the same thing?

Rescuing animals means everything to Blue. I enjoyed reading this slow burn romance about two broken people. I found it easy to connect with the two main characters, Blue and Shane and loved reading their story as they helped each other heal.

P. Dangelico is one of my favorite authors, so I was excited to read her newest story, Out of the Blue. It is sweet and emotional and sometimes heartbreaking. The characters’ spirits are broken along with the abused animals they are taking care of. Taking care of the animals seems to help them deal with their issues and heal.

Blue is just trying to get through each day, but everything changes when Shane and Aiden come to stay at the animal rescue farm where she lives. Shane is a broody, successful author and Blue is immediately attracted to him, but Shane keeps his emotions to himself and is hard to read.

Shane and Blue are easy to like and they’re good people underneath all their issues. There is a lot of chemistry flowing between Shane and Blue, even though they try to ignore it. I kept turning the pages hoping they would realize how good they were together. Along with Blue and Shane, I also found the secondary characters added another dimension to the story and I can’t forget all the animals. I loved every minute of this beautiful and emotional read.

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