Hidden Desire Review (Ready for Love #3) & Box Set Review

Hidden Desire (Ready for Love Book 3) by [Dixon, Ja'Nese]

Bruce Daniels loves music, and he is planning on launching an Atlanta-based record label with his friends. He won’t sign anything without his best friend Sandra by his side. Sandra’s life was perfect until a health scare shook her to her core. Now, she must rebuild and is worried about giving her heart to Bruce.  Bruce decides to take things to the next level and invite her on a romantic getaway. However, a secret might end up tearing things apart before they ever really got started.

This book was hands down the best book in the Ready for Love trilogy. Through the first two books, I have been able to see Sandra’s growth through the first two books, until she is finally “Ready for Love”. This makes the experience of reading this more worthwhile. I would definitely recommend reading through the first two books, especially because they are so short. That way, you can have the full effect of reading this novel.

This book also didn’t feel as short as the previous two, which also appreciated as I was able to read it.

I would recommend this trilogy to anyone looking for a realistic and spiritual romance trilogy of books. The entire trilogy is also quite short, so you really have no reason not to try it out!

I received this book for free and this is my voluntary review.

Overall Rating: 5/5


Ready for Love: A Friends to Lovers Romance Box Set by [Dixon, Ja'Nese]

This sweet, clean romance trilogy should definitely be read as a box set. Even though I wrote reviews for each individual book, this is definitely the best deal. Also, each book is quite short. Reading it in a box set allows you to flow from one book to the next, and truly experience the growth. This also makes the shorter novels seem less cut off because you will be reading them all at the same time. It is also 5 dollars, rather than the 7 that would be spent buying it separately. You definitely don’t want to miss out on reading Sandra’s spiritual journey, as she becomes “Ready for Love”. It is truly a journey to see her accept herself and learn to love another.

I received this box set for free and this is my voluntary review.

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