Life comes at you fast and love comes out of the blue…
A small town romance about letting go of the past and learning to live in the moment.
Blue Baldwin takes no horse crap from anybody. Well, actually, that’s not entirely true. She does take horse crap. Piles of it. The real kind that is––not the metaphorical one. It kind of goes with the job description when you run a large animal rescue. What she does not take, however, is crap from an entitled movie star who needs to reform his rotten image.
Unfortunately, the farm she manages is in trouble and if she doesn’t raise the cash to save it she’ll be homeless along with the precious animals who depend on her. So she’ll grin and bear the King of Hollywood Screw Ups, and the assistant, and the overprotective brother he brings along. I mean, she takes care of large animals for a living. Isn’t that basically the same thing?
This book will capture your heart
Gah, this book had so much humor and yet so much heart! From the animals, to all the main hackers, this book made me chuckle and get pulled at my heart strings throughout it. This is a slow burn that leaves you with a smile and wanting another story!
Fantastic, Funny and Heartwarming
I love P. Dangelico’s writing and once again, she’s created gold with Out Of The Blue. The storyline is entertaining, engaging and Ms. Dangelico always does a good job of creating characters with unique backgrounds that gives great development to the book.
Blue Baldwin is a Los Angeles native turned country girl who works a animal rescue ranch in a small town in California. She’s emotionally and mentally healing after suffering a traumatic event. But once the Hughes brothers descend on the ranch, everything changes and the hilarity ensues. Blue is in insta lust as soon as she meets one of the brothers and I can see why considering he had some major BDE. I was dying laughing at her inner dialogue about him. The back and forth between them is spot on and you can definitely feel their undeniable chemistry. Although the brother is broody, ornery and emotionally unavailable, his feelings towards Blue show that his heart isn’t completely closed to the idea of love.
I absolutely adore the secondary characters Mona, Jessica and the other Hughes brother. They bring so much to the table with their laugh out loud antics, witty banter and classic movie references which makes this charming book even better. If you’re looking for a small town, slow burn romance with tender moments and a side of emotion, then I definitely recommend reading Out Of The Blue.