Worth the Risk (Pine Valley novel – book 1) – by Heather B. Moore (Audiobook – Tantor Audio)

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 – 4.5 stars

He broke her heart back then, will he be worth the risk ten years later?

Alicia didn’t want to see Jeff ever again after he took her to the senior prom, ditched her there, and took up with some other girl he thought he liked. Alicia was crushed. They were best friends. They confided in each other about everything. How could he do that to her?

It’s ten years later and Alicia and Jeff run into each other. He’s never forgiven himself for doing her wrong so many years ago. Alicia’s reluctant to give him a chance to make it up to her. She’s already got her hands full trying to care for her mom who’s a hoarder with serious mental health issues. Alicia’s made tremendous sacrifices and difficult decisions to deal with that situation. Does she want to possibly bring more heartache into her already complicated life?

I love a good knight-in-shining-armor-like story. 😃 Jeff was a jerk to Alicia back when they were in High School when he left her at their prom, and he knows it. She’s always been the girl he’s cared deeply for. His superficial, brief relationships since then are a testament to that. But now he’s been given a chance to make things right between them. How he goes about doing that is sweet and endearing and made for a tender love story that warmed my heart.

The audio narrator, Ann Marie Gideon, did an excellent job portraying Alicia and the other characters. She helped me to feel connected to the story.

Thank you, Tantor Audio, for a complimentary download of Worth the Risk. All opinions expressed about it are my own.

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37 thoughts on “Worth the Risk (Pine Valley novel – book 1) – by Heather B. Moore (Audiobook – Tantor Audio)

    • Thank you Laurel-Rain. 💚 I’m so happy to see you. ☺️ We’ve been doing a little traveling and remodeling and I’ve been so busy that I haven’t had time to do much reading. I miss your blog!!
      This book was a relatively short, sweet little romance that I was able to squeeze in. Perfectly fit my mood at the time. 🙂

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