Open Home Closed Heart – Book Review



As you might have noticed, I have not been doing any real reading lately, but when Ms. Libby Cole’s new book came out, Open Home, Closed Heart, I had to read it. I previously read Ms Cole’s three other books int the Hawaiian Heartbreak Book Series. Those reviews can be found here.

But onto my review of Open Home, Closed Heart by Libby Cole.

This is book four of the Hawaiian Series but it can really be read as a stand alone. This story involves Tess, a successful real estate agent, and her relationship with new co-worker, Damien.

Needless to say, Tess and Damien’s work relationship doesn’t start off  very well as Damien is determined to be top dog at the real estate agency and he’s not letting ANYONE get in his way.

Tess is forced by her boss to help Damien acclimate into the real estate agency and needless to say Tess is not pleased, but not wanting to anger her boss, Tess is forced to go along with the idea. The relationship between Tess and Damien starts off as ice cold and turns into red hot!

Is Damien just using Tess to get ahead in his career? Is Tess willing to take her sister’s advice and cut off the relationship before she gets hurt? Or, will Tess get her happily ever after? You will have to read the book.

I give this book four out of four “cupcakes”. See rating system here.

Side note: Kayla from the Hawaiian series does make small appearances in this book.

I received this book complimentary in exchange for an honest review and constructive feedback.

You can find Open Home Closed Heart here.




Guest review contributed by Booklover Circumspect4. This blogger has been reading books since The Boxcar Children and The Babysitter’s Club and has since picked up the fine art of reviewing.

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