Book Review Love in Due Time by L.B. Dunbar

Oct 242019

Love in Due Time (Green Valley Public Library #1) by L.B. Dunbar

Naomi Winters will be forty—soon-ish—and she’s only been with one man. One night. One time. Long ago. She believes everything happens for a reason, and the universe spoke about Nathan Ryder.
Nathan Ryder isn’t the same man who hightailed his bike out of Green Valley eighteen years ago. As a rule breaker, women are one area he acts a fool. Case in point…the local librarian. He can’t get a read on her, but she’s one risk he’s willing to take. Again.

What do an eccentric librarian and a sexy silver biker have in common? More than you think.

The due date on their love might not be expired after all.

Title: Love in Due Time (Green Valley Library #1)
Author: L.B. Dunbar
Publication Date: October 22nd, 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; MC;
Format: Kindle (411 pages)
Rating: 7/10

I am a bit uncertain of this review, since I enjoyed the book and find it with so much potential, but it was hard to let go of the 40 almost virgin.

I know all the books from the Pennyverse come with different tropes each, and I was pretty excited on the fact that a MC was going to date a 40-year-old librarian.

Naomi and Nathan shared a night together 18 years ago, that led to both lives altering tragedies. He ends up getting banned from this town and she ends up a celibate. Naoimi became a wiccan and found different activities to entertain her.

Now their life is different, and they search for that spark again. I did not feel their chemistry and I hated that she acted like a college girl. The first scene were they met, OMG hot hot hot… but after, things became a bit boring.

In these 18 years Nathan had 2 daughters and while he was ok doing whatever he wanted, he gets proud that Naomi waited for him. I find that hard to believe and it killed my mood around them.

Usually I avoid little things that bother me and try to get a fill of the book as a whole, but in Love in Due Time, I find it harder and harder as the pages turned.

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