Review: More to Me by B.L. Mooney


Note: This ARC was provided by the author via Southern Belle Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

More to Me is a standalone contemporary romance about finding the one without knowing anything him--not how he looks like, not what his name is; nothing other than the fact that from the moment her hand touched his, the connection was made. So how is Raelyn Clarke going to find him? It would be difficult, so maybe she needs to do something else rather than pine for a man that makes her feel more than she's ever felt before. Maybe if she distracts herself with work, especially one concerning custody of one minor child between an estranged couple. Maybe if she refocuses her attention on a lawyer who seems to check of most of her boxes. Or maybe...maybe if she got to know her neighbor better. The same neighbor who she shares custody of a dog formerly known as Axel now named Stranger with. The same neighbor who paints portraits as beautifully as he captures moments with his camera. The same neighbor who makes her wonder what it would be like if he kissed her. But what about the mystery man who rocked her world? When push comes to shove, will she choose him, the lawyer, or the neighbor?

B.L. Mooney has come up with a unique story about forming that one of a kind connection with someone but in the most unconventional of ways. There was a side of me--the snarky, cynical side--that wondered about the whole connection thing. I can't explain why though without being forced to put out a spoiler or two, and I make the utmost effort in my reviews to not consciously do that. The main characters and the two supporting characters that are the most prominent certainly had their flaws, especially when it comes to behaviors that I think make them suspect when it comes to the kind of people they are. Yes, there are apologies made later on, but I mean, come on! I would probably consider Hudson Kelley, Raelyn's neighbor, as my favorite character, with Jamie, Raelyn's best friend and roommate, coming in second. Jamie would have been first had she not done one particular thing in the story. The story in and of itself was good, though I think the custody case Raelyn was handling was a tad more distracting than I would have preferred. Not necessarily a light read, More to Me was a four-star entertaining read. ♥

Release Date: 04 April 2017

Date Read: 03 April 2017

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