Rating: 4 stars out of 5
What should’ve been an ordinary emergency call turned out to be something extraordinary.
Wanting to distance himself from his toxic parents, Trent Love moved to the quaint town of Blissville to begin a new life. What he finds is blazing chemistry with a hunky fireman who breathes new life into him.
Fearing they’re too different, Tucker attempts to extinguish the spark between them before it can ignite. How could a simple man like him compete with Trent’s life of wealth and privilege? Knowing you shouldn’t want something doesn’t make it go away, and Tucker’s desire for Trent continues to smolder.
Unwilling to accept their relationship is dead on arrival, Trent puts his resuscitation skills to good use. All he wants is a chance to prove he values Tucker’s wealth of character over meaningless material things. What do you get when you mix fire and oxygen: a five-alarm fire or a prescription for love?
Trent’s commitment to freeing himself from poisonous ties kindles a chain of events that have devastating consequences for both men. Is a relationship forged in fire strong enough to overcome these obstacles or is their love doomed to be just another bitter pill to swallow?
When we last saw these two men in the novel Inside Out where they were secondary characters, their date had gone horribly wrong and they parted on the worst of terms, with Trent leaving for a stint in Doctors without Borders.
Now in Prescription for Love (Road to Blissville #7) by Aimee Nicole Walker, Trent Love is back in Blissville ready to pick up his life at the hospital and in Blissville, that includes putting Tucker back into his life too. Tucker, meanwhile has had lots of time to think about the way they parted and he has his share of regrets. He can’t get the thought of Trent out of his system and he’s lonely. Now Trent is back and Grammie knows exactly how to push Tuck’s buttoms or give him a shove in Trent’s direction.
Blissville has become one of my favorite literary destinations thanks to the characters and unique small town flavor author Aimee Nicole Walker has imbued Blissville with. It oozes with charm, quirky characters, and so much warmth, that if it was real, I’d move there in a heartbeat! Over the course of now seven stories, I know the cafe, dinners, veterinarians, fireman, hairdressers, so much of what makes Blissville life. That means couples too.
Now each novel is touted as a standalone but while you can read them as such, the beginnings of each story rests in the previous novel, as it does with this one. So why would you?
The characters are easy to connect with and well developed. The writing is wonderful, and the plot smooth and flows quickly. Not too much angst here. Just men reconnecting, trying to mesh schedules, lives, and a disparity in economic society back history that matters to no one except Trent’s snobbish parents. Yes cue the drama.
With the exception of Trent’s parents, all the other cast of characters are amazing. Love the other fireman and their wives, Grammie of course, that goes without saying, the couples from the previous stories that always pop up, and sisters and their husbands and adorable children. Really, I could stay happily entwined in the lives of the people of Blissville for ages.
I love this series and you will too if you’re a fan of contemporary romance. You could pick up this book as a standalone but why skip the wealth that awaid you with the entire series? I have listed them all below for your reading pleasure. I highly recommend them all.
The cover by Jay Aheer is perfect. Yes, that’s Trent. Love it.
Sales Links: Amazon
Kindle Edition, 223 pages
Published May 18th 2019 by Chasing Rainbows Press LLC
Series Road to Blissville #7
Prescription for love is a small-town, opposites-attract romance. It is the seventh book in the Road to Blissville series but reads like a standalone book. I