Friday, May 11, 2018

Review: Where I Belong by Heather B. Moore

Book Two in the Pine Valley series

Heidi Reads... Where I Belong by Heather B. Moore

My rating: 5 stars / It was amazing


Jane Morris makes a living by cleaning the houses of the wealthy residents of Pine Valley, and she tries hard not to judge their extravagant lifestyles. But when one of her clients goes through a devastating breakup with his fiancĂ©, Jane finds herself in the middle of his emotional mess. She wants to help him, but Cameron Vance is a man she could easily lose her heart to. Jane agrees to be his date to the charity event of the year, organized by Cameron’s mother. But the magical night shows Jane that if she’s a Cinderella, then Cameron is definitely a candidate for Prince Charming.

My Review

This is definitely a sweet Cinderella story! It was a pleasure to read and was a nice escape for a few hours! I loved the rapport between Jane and Cameron, they just complemented each other so well, and the conflict in the story didn't come from their relationship or character flaws, but rather from outside sources. Cameron was never judgemental about Jane's business, but saw her for the person she is, applauded her success, and encouraged her and supported her unfulfilled dreams. Jane provided emotional support to Cameron as well in the aftermath of his bad breakup with crazytown. I liked the inclusion of each of their parents in the story, how those relationships affected Jane and Cameron, and how the interactions showcased their more admirable qualities. This is a great contemporary romance that made me smile :) Even though it's the second in the series it's written as a stand alone book and can be read out of order, no problem.

(I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)

Check out the other books in the Pine Valley series . . .

Book One
Heidi Reads... Worth the Risk by Heather B. Moore


When Alicia moves back to Pine Valley to help her mom through a serious addiction, the last person she wants to see is her teenage crush, Jeff Finch, who destroyed their friendship in one single disastrous night. But Alicia is determined to not let anything about Jeff affect her, especially since she hasn’t seen him in ten years. All she knows is that he’s living a successful and charmed life, and she is more than happy to keep anything between them in the past. But when he shows up with a date at the restaurant where she works, Alicia realizes she’s still not over her feelings, and Jeff is definitely looking at her in a way he never has before.

Book Three


Clara Benson is not looking for a relationship, especially not after her losing her teaching position, followed by a disastrous breakup with her fiancé, and the sudden death of the grandma who raised her. In fact, Clara picks up and moves to escape her mess of memories. She hopes that Pine Valley will be the perfect place to heal from heartache.

When she meets her boss’s lawyer, Dawson Harris, Clara can’t deny her attraction. But she’s determined to choose herself, and her healing, over a guy who might be charming, attractive, and oh, so appealing. Easy, right? But when Dawson becomes the one person who can straighten out her mess, she realizes that finding herself doesn’t have to be mean losing Dawson.

Book Four

(coming June 2018)


Gwen Robbins loves her job waitressing at the Pine Valley resort restaurant, and as a single woman, she has no trouble turning down any offers of dates from the restaurant patrons. Even when her boss, Seth Owens, shows interest in her, she’s not tempted in the least, no matter how strong their attraction.

But when Seth helps her through a crisis, she begins to see him in a different light. He’s not the rich and privileged business owner she first makes him out to be, but a man who’s making huge sacrifices to follow his own dreams. As Seth encourages Gwen to mend her own divide with her family, she realizes her heart is slowly opening toward a better future.

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