A Contours of the Heart Novel

Book - 2017
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"Erin McIntyre was captivating but forbidden, his professional subordinate, the embodiment of unearned privilege, the daughter of his sworn enemy. Isaac Maat was impossible to read, smart, ambitious and emotionally detached, hotter than anyone's boss should ever be, and definitely hiding something... He told himself that getting to know her would help him take down her father. She told herself that getting under his skin would distract her wrecked heart from its misery. Neither predicted their private war would lead to an intimate battle in which the victor would be the first one to surrender"--Back cover.
Publisher: [United States] : Tammara Webber, [2017]
ISBN: 9780999426425
Characteristics: 293 pages ; 21 cm


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May 04, 2018

While I enjoyed Easy (book 1) and then Sweet (book 3) even more, Brave has now become my favorite and only 5* read in the Contours of the Heart series. On top of combining two of my favorite tropes within romance (slow burn and enemies-to-lovers,) Brave contained some of Webbers best writing. Erin can be remembered from her friendship with Jacqueline in Easy, but Isaac was new and absolutely fabulous. I loved his unreadable surly and brooding personality throughout the majority of the book, but with hints of his sweetness regularly breaking through. A point that I really liked was the care and attention that the author gave to race and racism within the storyline, without it feeling contrived or belabored. She doesn't claim to understand what an African American might feel or experience, but instead creates an air of mystery around Isaac's character and a slow discovery of racism within Erin's own family. Although race plays an intriguing role, what ultimately drives the story is the relationship between Isaac and Erin along with Erin's healing and self-discovery. Bottom line, I enjoyed every moment of my time spent in Brave and long for more incredible storytelling from this author.


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