I love this story and adore Ross Braden & Elisabeth Nash and all the pups too of course. I don't blame Elisabeth for wanting to live in Trusty, I want to move there too! There are some emotional moments due to Ross's job that made me sad but otherwise this was just such a sweet and uplifting love story. The fact that it has a swoonworthy Braden man in it, makes it even more wonderful! I love the banter between all the Bradens and can't seem to get enough of them. And as always, BJ Harrison as narrator, rocks it again!
Flirting with Love was another great read by Melissa Foster. This is Love in Bloom: The Bradens, Book Ten. I listened to the audiobook and absolutely loved how B.J. Harrison brought life to the characters. Elisabeth has always wanted to return to the small town of Trusty, Colorado. This was the town that she spent time with her aunt. She meets Ross when she returns to Trusty after the death of her aunt. Ross is the vet where Elisabeth brings a piglet. I loved Ross and Elisabeth's story and can't wait to read more by Melissa Foster.
When reading a book the characters come alive
More so when you listen to it
Elisabeth is the perfect storm.
And Ross Braden..... wish my vet looked that good
Elisabeth Nash spent the summers on her Aunt Cora's farm in Trusty, Colorado when she was little and loved every minute of her time there. After her Aunt Cora passed and left Elisabeth her farm, she packed up her life in California and moved to Trusty.
Ross Braden is Trusty's town vet. He has grown up in Trusty and loves everything about it, except for the gossip. The town gossip is one reason why Ross does not date the women there.
When Elisabeth shows up at Ross' office with her piglet and create chaos, Ross is intrigued by this new comer to town. Elisabeth has such a loving, caring, nurturing side with the animals that has Ross ready to break his no dating Trusty women rule.
Elisabeth and Ross have such a loving, caring relationship for each other as well as their animals. Their chemistry is off of the charts. Flirting with Love is such a sweet and sexy Braden story that leaves you wanting more from them. You just can't help but fall in love with Braden family.
Not only did I enjoy reading Flirting with Love, I enjoyed the audio version to it as well. The narrator B J Harrison's voice draws you in to the story even more. His rich voice is entrancing. I have enjoyed him in all of the audio books in this series. I would definitely give the audio version a try, you won't be disappointed.
I am addicted to these books and this author. I think Ross and Elisabeth and my favorite Braden couple so far. I laughed and smiled through the whole thing. I can't wait Emily's and or Jake's turn for love.
This had to have been my favorite of the Braden series! I laughed and cried my way throughout the story! I loved Ross the best!
Elisabeth has always dreamed of making a life in Trusty, the small town where she her aunt ran a pie business, raised a few animals, and made their time together almost magical. So when her aunt passes away and leaves everything to her, she doesn't hesitate to pack up her life and move. Except the town isn't nearly as welcoming as she remembers, and no one seems all that interested in her pet pampering and bakery idea. In fact, their reception of her is downright frosty — with the exception of the handsome veterinarian who lives one property over.
The Verdict: Elisabeth may be my favorite character yet. She's perpetually hopeful and sees nearly everything as an opportunity, giving the less than friendly people of Trusty the benefit of the doubt despite their reluctance to accept her. Her love for animals had her running a pet pampering and bakery business back in L.A., but no one in Trusty seems to have any interest in her setting up shop in their town. She goes full steam ahead anyway, confident enough in her worth that she offers her services for free just to get their attention. And along the way, she gets the attention of Ross Braden.
Ross knows better than to date a woman in Trusty. With the way the town gossips, everyone would know his business in a matter of seconds, and if the relationship didn't work out, he'd have even more gossip and discomfort to deal with. But Elisabeth is so friendly and unassuming, with a good -hearted quirkiness that he can't seem to get her off his mind once he's met her. From the way she dotes on his dogs to her worry about a runt piglet to her lying in a field at night while singing to a lost cow, she's everything good he's ever looked for in a woman.
Their romance is incredibly sweet and seems to bloom before either of them really know what they've gotten themselves into. While the rest of the town assumes she's shown up for no other reason than to sell of her late aunt's property, he quickly sees her for the genuinely good person she is. Between her determination to smile in the face of the town's attitude and his sticking by her side, things start to turn around for her.
The genuine friendship between Ross and Elisabeth is wonderful to see, and when the rest of the Braden clan swoops in and adores her as well, all the fun of the previous books in the series is revisited. Of course, it wouldn't be a romance without a little adversity, so when someone from Elisabeth's past shows up to reclaim her, things get a little messy. But both Ross and Elizabeth aren't the type of people to brood silently, and while the angst certainly gets turned up a notch, the way they handle it is just perfect for their characters.
The chemistry between them is pretty damned incredible as well, but when it comes down to it, I think it's just Elisabeth that won me over. I'm not sure I've met a character like her before who didn't become some sort of oddball caricature by the end of the book. Elisabeth's eccentricities, however, were simply an extension of her caring nature, not some dramatic attempt to write a too-ideal free spirit, and it made her both believable and relatable. So yeah, I have a new favorite Bradens book…well, at least until I get my hands on the next one, right?
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