The Key to Love by Meg Mims Book Review

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Artist Jennette Jacobson clashes with a handsome visitor at a gallery show. He claims that artwork is just “more junk to dust.” Ouch. When she finds a small metal object on the floor, she uses it later in a new collage.

Her world soon crumbles with family problems and a friend’s betrayal. And wouldn’t you know that the same hunky guy claims he lost an important key the night of the show! When Steve Harmon offers to buy Jenn’s work, she refuses to sell. He’ll just trash it to free his precious key.

Or is it possible that key will unlock her future happiness?

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This was read during this months Book Club on Facebook with Astraea Press. You receive the book of the month for free if you are interested in taking part during that month. You are not obligated to post a review but it does help the author if you leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads.

My thoughts:  This was a quick read but very enjoyable and it is a clean romance also. I felt it was more of an introduction into the lives of Jennette and Steve, how they met and how they began a romantic relationship over a lost key. I love how Meg describes all the settings so that the reader can really visualize the scene. I have also heard from Meg that this isn't the last we will read about Jennette and Steve. I look forward to reading the next book. 

3.5 stars out of 5. 

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above e-book as part of the book club. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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