Thursday, July 21, 2011

Book Review: Marrying Cade by Sally Clements

Capable financial advisor Melo Bellucci always knew when it came to organising her sister's wedding she'd be in charge. After all, her sister Rosa is notoriously scatterbrained. But there's a silver lining in the form of the Best Man, Melo's childhood crush, Cade West.  When Cade returns to the Tuscan island, Isola dei Fiori, he's prepared to mix business with pleasure, especially when he meets Melo again. The confident, sexy woman is a world away from the lanky tomboy he remembers, and attraction burns between them instantly.  But when he discovers that the perfect site for his hotel, idyllic Paradise Beach, belongs to Melo rather than her father, can their relationship survive, when there are two plans for Paradise

I honestly don't read romance novels much anymore, but Sally Clements' writing is always enjoyable.  Her book are fun and easy to read.  It's just like you come home from a long day at work and slip into something comfortable - a Sally Clements novel! 

In Marrying Cade, you're off to a gorgeous island with cool breezes and sizzling heat between Melo and Cade.   Melo is a strong, nurturing female character, with whom most women can relate today.  Cade is that sexy, carefree bachelor women long to tame.  The connection between the two will draw you in and keep you reading.  (Flipping the pages also helps cool you off from the steamy romance developing between the two!) All the characters are unique and individual, so its a pleasure to get to know all of them.  

This romance is an entertaining read.  Give it a try!  Also, I've had the pleasure of interviewing Sally Clements and reviewing another of her books, Bound to Love.  Check them out after you've read Marrying Cade!

*Disclaimer:  I received this book from the author.  I was not required to write a positive review.

I gives this book 4 Bookworms.

Format:  Ebook
File Size:  250kb
Pages:  176
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press; Champagne Rose edition (July 12, 2011)


  1. Great review. I agree that sometimes it's good to read a new book by an old favorite.

  2. Thanks so much for the lovely review Maria!
    Hi Dana - my first book, Catch Me A Catch was published less than a year ago, and I love being an old favorite so early on in my career! x