Review: The Rhythm of my Heart (Matters of the Heart #1) by Velvet Reed

The Rhythm of my Heart (Matters of the Heart, #1)

Synopsis

Grace Rivers is your everyday twenty-five year old. She could have the world at her feet, but instead chooses to help run the family business. After experiencing great loss early in her life, Grace values what's most important: her family and friends. But she aches to find that certain someone—that one great, passionate love who values family as much as she does.
Cole Tierney loves his life. He has a wonderful family, a loyal best friend and a successful career as an ER doctor. The only downside is he wants someone to share it with. After being used and left heartbroken, he wants to find someone who will love him for him and not his or his family's status. 
"Every beat my heart makes is for you. Every time it beats faster it's because of you—because you're near me, because of your smile—because you take my breath away." 
Their two hearts collide by chance and an undeniable connection is quickly made.
But when others are plotting against their happiness, will their love flatline, or will the rhythm of their hearts continue to beat as one?

Review


I loved it. It's an interesting story. I liked all the characters and plot as well. It's a story of two people who are fated to be together. They liked each other the moment they set eyes on each other. It doesn't take long for Cole and Grace to fall in love. They're perfect together and everything is too good to be true. Or may be this time it is true...
Grace works in her father's mechanic shop and Cole is a doctor. As different as they're, they're also in sync. More time they spend together more they realise how much they enjoy each other's company. Things are going so well for them... But not everything is as it seems. There are some things which has yet to be revealed. Whether their relation will survive all the hardships coming their way or not? Only time will tell...
I think as far as romance novels go this is quite good. I'd definitely recommend it to all readers.