Book Review – Be Careful, It’s My Heart

What a fun title!

Be Careful, It’s My Heart
by Kait Nolan

be careful its my heart kate nolan

Published – November 2013
122 pages
* I purchased this title

Description:

The historic Madrigal theater, in the heart of downtown Wishful, is about to close its doors forever.  A last ditch fund-raising effort, a production of White Christmas, is probably the only thing that could bring Tyler Edison out of retirement.  She fell in love on that stage, but when Brody Jensen abandoned her, she lost the heart to sing and dance for the crowd.  Maybe it’s time to take that back…

It seems like pure chance when Brody’s job, which has taken him all over the world, brings him back to his little hometown to oversee his boss’s latest secret project.  Brody’s looking for closure, planning to sell the house his parents left him and finally put his past, and his memories of Tyler, behind him.  What better way than to be a part of this last show?  Even though his leading lady is surely long gone…

Put on your dancing shoes, auditions start at six o’clock.

Be Careful, It’s My Heart is a novella of approximately 39k words.

My Review

Four Stars!!

If you are in the mood for a lighthearted story, then I suggest “Be Careful, It’s My Heart.”

This was a fun, quick read – but not so quick that it felt rushed. The characters were charming and the plot fun. Kait Nolan has a wonderful skill of writing tension. This kept me turning pages.

The town of Wishful, Mississippi is a great setting. I certainly hope Ms Nolan continues this series. My only critique is, I hoped for more atmosphere and mood from the small town setting – more physical description. I think I want this because I know I will love the scene Kait will paint.

If you’ve read any of the short novels from the Harlequin Kiss line of books, you will LOVE this title.

I’m eager to read more.

You can find it on Amazon here – http://amzn.to/2i9zAMU

Kait’s Website.

~ Jenna

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