Series: Under the Hood #2
Published by Macmillan on 2014-05-27
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, General, Romance, Short Stories (single author)
She needs a lesson in love, and he’s the perfect teacher.Mechanic Melody Swan is looking for a man who can share her hopes and dreams, but she swore she would never lose herself to passion. When sexy Heath Starr agrees to temporarily sub in the Under the Hood garage for his sister, Mel sees the perfect opportunity to enjoy being with a man without becoming attached. Heath came to Meadowsweet to photograph nature, not find a hookup, especially since his last relationship ended in disaster. He vowed he’d never break another woman’s heart, and in turn, protect his own. Still, when Mel offers to serve as his outdoor guide, he can’t refuse. Mel may say she’s only looking for right now, but her body is speaking a whole different language. And Heath’s viewfinder is drawn to her time and again. When the two find themselves isolated in a rustic cabin, they could both break their promises if they aren’t careful…
“Love for Beginners” is absoultely fantastic. I loved “Under the Hood” and I wasn’t sure if the sequel was going to live up to the first novella. I honestly had nothing to worry about. I think “Love for Beginners” was a lot better than “Under the Hood.” I like the fact that it was a little bit longer of a novella and I really got to know Mel. I think Mel’s character reall grew in this novella. I felt like she learned a lot about herself and about others. I think Mel really learned a lesson about juding others and also learning that everyone can be loved and feel loved if it is the right person. I think Clements did a great job with this novella and I am looking forward to Betty’s story. If you want a cute summer read, definitely check out this series.