“The Callaghan Triplets.”
“Three of a kind.”
All his life, Ronan Callaghan has been part of a group. Always looking out for his brothers. Never seen as an individual or judged on his own merits.
When his brothers veer onto their own path, he finds himself alone. Restless.
Then he meets her.
A waitress who sees him just for himself. None of the trappings of his wealth or family.
A woman who only wants to know him—Ronan.
She captures his heart, but how will she feel when she discovers the truth he’s holding back?
Can he show her the man he really is?
That he would be rather be hers than anything else?
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Finding Ronan’s Heart by Melanie Moreland is an insta-love romance. It’s the second book from the Vested Interest: ABC Corp series.
Ronan Callaghan was the eldest of the Callaghan triplets. He and his brothers worked together at ABC Corp that specialized in business and land development outside the Toronto area. He was the protector and always did what they wanted. Lately, he felt lost since his brothers spent time together and he was left out. Then one night after work he stopped for a bite at Nifty Fifty and found the most beautiful woman he had ever laid eyes on. She was like a hummingbird never standing still but she constantly had a smile on
her face. He was enamored by her and she was with him as well. Soon they started dating and he felt good with her because she wanted him for who he was. For the first time in his life, he was truly happy. Unfortunately, his newfound selfishness was going to cause him
a huge problem with her. Would Beth forgive him or he was a lost cause?
It’s such a beautiful heartwarming story. It’s written by a dual pov and the plot is based on insta-love. I love how easy and natural was the romantic part. The falling part was quick but the relationship took its time. Along with the fun parts, the author touched on some social topics that are important and I think that we are not well educated on them. It was really sweet and educational to read how we should treat people who we think are different from us and what are their problems and their reality. The story for the most
part is cute and entertaining, it has a little bit of drama and it gets emotional towards the end. A scene with Ronan and the BAM guys made me ball my eyes out it was such a moving act. The characters are amazing. Ronan was the protector of the family and he loved to help others as well. He was a true gentleman, a giant with a big heart. Beth was like a hard-working bee who had to put aside her dreams and take care of her remaining family. She was a sweetheart. My favorite parts were at the diner.
I loved every minute of reading this special story and I will rate it with 5 bright stars.