Mini eARC review: Can’t Fight the Moonlight by Barbara Freethy

Can't Fight The Moonlight (Whisper Lake #3)

Can’t Fight The Moonlight (Whisper Lake #3) by Barbara Freethy(Goodreads Author)

 4.44  ·  Rating details ·  315 ratings  ·  81 reviews
Justin Blackwood can’t remember a time when he believed in the magic of anything, least of all love. A cynical businessman, who grew up in a broken home, he guards his heart with every breath he takes. His job has taken him all over the world and roots are the last thing he wants…until he meets a beautiful innkeeper in Whisper Lake.

Warm-hearted, free-spirited Lizzie Cole wants it all—the dream job of running her own inn and a man who wants to settle down. Despite a previous romantic setback, she still believes in happily ever after and her perfect soulmate. She just has to find him. While the dark-haired man with the shockingly blue eyes makes her heart beat faster, Justin Blackwood is the last man who should leave her breathless. He’s her complete opposite and they don’t want the same things.

But when a lunar eclipse throws Whisper Lake into darkness, Lizzie and Justin find themselves struggling to fight the moonlight and a love that could change their lives—if they’re willing to take the risk.

My review:

I really like visiting the world of Whisper Lake, especially during the summer time. I also love visiting the characters again and checking up on how they were doing. One of my favorite scenes of this book was when they did karaoke as a group. I also liked the whole ghost haunting a room story line.

Can’t Fight the Moonlight was a three star rating for me, which meant I liked the book. I didn’t feel a connection with the main characters as strong as I did from the first two books but I still definitely am looking forward to reading the other books in this series by Barbara Freethy. I received this book from the author and publisher. This had no impact on my thoughts and opinions. My thoughts are my own.

Thanks for reading!! Hope you guys don’t mind getting THREE mini eARC reviews today. I had some catching up to do! 

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