In Rachel Gibson's contemporary romance novel, It Must Be Love, it told us a story about two people who were meant to be together. Detective Joe Shanahan came from a big Irish family and wasn't looking for love. When he went undercover for the Coeur d'Alene's PD's Property Crime Division, he came across Gabrielle Breedlove, who worked at the store Anomaly with her business partner, Kevin Carter. They first met at accident, but then he needed her to bring her partner down as his confident informant. Between of two of them, sparks soon to fly, when they fall in love, and got to know each other better. When the big operation went down, they needed time to declare their feelings for each other and love each other forever.
This was a delightful contemporary romance from Rachel Gibson. I did begin to care about Gabrielle and Joe, and their families, when fate and love brought them together. I didn't like what Kevin did to Gabrielle, when they worked together as Joe stuck to his guns. I loved how it was set in Boise and Coeur d'Alene Idaho for the settings of this romance novel. This would make you love and cry and root for Joe and Gabrielle, too. Great drama, nice non-stop action and romance, and plenty of intrigue to give them a happy ending.
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