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Review of Head Over Heels

Head Over Heels is a contemporary romance novel by Jill Shalvis. This is the 3rd book in the Lucky Harbor series. Ye this book was written in 2011 but I promise it is still worth the read. It will leave you with a smile on your face.


  • Title: Head Over Heels
  • Author: Jill Shalvis (@JillShalvis)
  • Genre: Contemporary Romance
  • Length: 368 Pages
  • Released: December 1, 2011
  • Rating: 8.9 out of 10

Chloe is the youngest sister and is most like her mother. She’s a yoga-loving, vegan is very much a free spirit who always seems to find herself in trouble. Of course, the last thing she needed was to be hassled by the local sheriff. Then again, they do say opposites attract, and in this case, the attraction is explosive.

The cover calls the book “hot, sweet, fun, and romantic”. I couldn’t think of a better way to describe this book. It really is all that.

Although I personally liked Maddie’s story (which was book 1 in the series) better, most people seem to be drawn to Chloe. She’s a little wild and crazy and very irresponsible, at least compared to her other two sisters.

The last thing Chloe wants to do is settle down. But sometimes we don’t know what we need to be truly happy and that’s really what t his story is about.

Like before, my only complaint is that the e-book is incredibly overpriced. Despite the fact that this book came out like 9 years ago, they still want $7 for it? Seriously? Sorry but an ebook like this shouldn’t be more than $3 to $4, especially 9 years after the initial release.



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