Book Review: More Than I Wanted

morewant-cover1-200x300Title: More Than I Wanted

Author: Ava Catori

Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance

Kate Tanner sees everything she wants in Austin. After falling for a charming and handsome military man, Kate realizes he may not return her feelings.

Will Austin fall in love with Kate, or has he hardened from past hurts? Just as he starts to warm up, things are turned upside down. Kate and Austin have to decide if their feelings are worth fighting for, or if walking away will be beneficial to them both.

With the threat of being separated, can Kate and Austin find a way to make things work? Having Austin in her life is more than Kate ever wanted, but she’s learning he’s all that she needs.

As some of you might know, I’m a contemporary romance author myself, so I love reading these books. More Than I Wanted was no exception. It had a strong plot, interesting characters and some freaking hot romantic scenes.

Kate hasn’t had a proper boyfriend since forever. When her friends try to set her up on a date, she’s wary at first. Until she sees the potential date. Austin is everything she dreamt for in a man: smoking hot, mysterious, caring. But he hides secrets from his past, and if they want to work out, they’ll have to get past that.

I loved this book from start to end. The characters are great, their interaction was amazing, and the pace was just right. A great addition to the contemporary romance genre!

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1 Response to Book Review: More Than I Wanted

  1. Ava Catori says:

    Thank you so much for taking the time to review my story

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