Lissa's Review: Pour Your Heart Out by Zoe Lee
Publisher: Foolish Endeavors, LLC
Released: September 15th 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
**Not Currently Available**
Chase Cade is as untethered as a kite without a string. The minute she drives past the “Welcome to Maybelle” sign after six months traveling, she knows the quaint little town is something new entirely. It’s more than the good food and welcoming people -- with the exception of the gruff bartender she meets her first night out. Aden Riveau couldn’t be more rooted in Maybelle if he were an actual tree. In a town that caters to tourists, his bar is the only place the locals have all to themselves. Everyone knows him and he knows everyone, and nothing spoils his peace more than having to deal with nosy, gawking tourists who don’t stick around. She’s only in Maybelle for a vacation, and he’s never taken a vacation in his life. He can’t stop thinking about how different she is, and she can’t stop trying to figure him out. But her reservation has an end, and his never will, unless he can find a way to pour his heart out.
Five Boundless Stars
**I received an ARC, in exchange for an honest review.**
Pour Your Heart Out, came to me by chance. I had actually seen it around. I loved this cover and the title. I pay little attention to blurbs. So I had really no idea what I was getting into.
This book had that real hometown feel. Like you were reading a Nicholas Sparks novel. That's really the only way I can think to describe it.
Chase has been traveling the world. And by chance she ends up in Maybelle during Fourth of July. There she meets a group of people and of course Aden. Aden is the hometown boy. He runs the bar Wild Harts. Has recently turned single. A really good thing, I think for Chase.
I normally don't like the third person writing style. But the way that Lee writes, it was so easy to read. She weaved the story perfectly. To the point where you weren't even paying attention to it.
I was surprised how emotionally involved I became with the characters. Chase is light hearted in meeting new people, she's a genuine person. Even though Aden is a bit of a grump, he's full of so many layers. Lee really is a great storyteller. You are able to feel that tension, the magnetic pull they have for each other.
Overall, I give this book Five Boundless Stars. It's a sweet, genuine, heartfelt story. That I find anyone could easily fall into.