Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Book Review ~ To Catch A Suitor by Sarah Adams ~ 1/13/2021


Title:  To Catch a Suitor by Sarah Adams
Series:  Dalton Family Book #2
Pages:  282
Date Published:  March 1, 2020


She needs to move on. He wants to let her go. Will they finally be able to go their separate ways even though their hearts seem to have other plans?

Elizabeth Ashburn is madly, deeply, irrefutably in love with her best friend. They know each other better than their own minds. There is only one problem: To him, she is Little Lizzie, and nothing she does seems to replace the idea in his mind. No matter. It is her first Season and she is determined to make a match with a gentleman—any gentleman—who will help her steal her heart back from Oliver Turner and his sea-blue eyes.

Oliver Turner can remember the exact day that Lizzie grew up. And now, he cannot see her as anything besides the beautiful woman stealing his breath—no matter how much he needs to. He won’t marry her. He can’t. He loves her too much for that. Now, he simply needs to help marry her off so that she will officially be out of his reach.

My Thoughts:

For me this was one of THOSE books!

You know, the kind that you can't wait to see the characters you love get together but at the same time, you don't want the book to end!

After reading the first book of this series, "To Con a Gentleman", I knew that I had to read the whole series by this author.  Sarah Adams is seriously one of the my favorite authors right now.

I loved getting to know Elizabeth and Oliver better and reading about what they thought was unrequited love.  So many times, their love was just within reach but then the author would put it off.  It was excruciatingly wonderful!  (if that makes sense!)

Elizabeth was such a fun character.  And Oliver...sigh...a perfect hero.

I really enjoy the friendship-to-love trope and this was definitely no exception.

I can't wait to get my hands on more books by this author.

Also, this was my first book of the year 2021!  How exciting to have one "in the books"!

Onto the next book!


P.S.  I'd love for you to come visit my SHOP!


  1. It is always fun to really like/love your First Book of the year.
    This series sounds like one I would really like. I'll have to see if I can squeeze one into the schedule this year. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

    1. It was a fun read full of angst and laughter at the same time!


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