Like a match made in heaven, this is Ari's dream job. Swallowed up in the foster care system after losing her brother and mother, Ari has always dreamed of family. She showers five-year-old Noah with all the love she’s kept bottled up inside. Love she could also offer to her gorgeous billionaire boss—if only he weren’t the very last man she could ever hope to have.
But when sizzling sparks of attraction turn into a forbidden, sinfully hot night of pleasure, will Ari’s love be enough to make Matt forget the past and love fearlessly?
This book is one of those that are the hardest for me to review; I liked it but didn’t love it like I had the previous books. Fearless In Love just missed something essential but I can’t put my finger on exactly what that might be. Have you ever made a recipe that you have made a hundred times but one of those times you forget one important ingredient but don’t know it and when you taste it you know something is missing but can’t figure out what? Well that is the best way I can explain Fearless In Love for this book whore and it sucks because I wanted to love this one so bad. Maybe it was my mood, maybe it was the book itself but this one just didn’t live up to the hype that I had in my head for it. I think it was Matt that did it in for me for this one, I liked Ari and felt a connection to her, whereas Matt I couldn’t connect with at all. Overall just disappointed that I didn’t love this one as much as I had hoped.