Reading THE HUSBAND HUNT by Lynsay Sands was such a great, fun read because it mixed the serious with the whimsy that is a relationship. Lisa has focused her love with such tenacity on one man who was just to blind to feel it. Men, they are a quandary in the love pool aren’t they?
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~ REVIEW from The Reading Reviewer ~
THE HUSBAND HUNT by Lynsay Sands
The game may be on but who decides the winner?
A number of appropriate suitors may be pursing Lisa Madison but she has eyes for only one man, Robert Langley. Robert unfortunately is as blind to her affection for him, as he is stupid. Robert only says he sees her as a childhood friend not a woman.
Lisa tries everything including taking advice from the wrong source that leads to a path on the verge of ruination to gain Robert’s attention. When Lisa steps out of her comfort zone, she puts her foot right into a pickle of a situation. Robert may not want her but someone certainly does and the way things keep happening it appears this “suitor” is not after her love and affection but complete destruction. The brilliant plan to keep her safe that great minds devised is for Robert to watch out for Lisa every moment of the day and keep her safe. Ah but a tangled web your friends weave for you when they have decided they know what is best for you.
Even though Robert still refuses to acknowledge his feelings for her, he has an overwhelming desire that he cannot explain to take her in his arms and kiss her senseless. Robert convinces himself it is lust he feels for Lisa not love. However, if any other man dare touch her, he will be forced to change his mind. Keeping perpetual in motion Lisa safe, is un-nerving for a man always in control and especially for Robert because he has such conflicted feelings for her. Both of them chase, divert, and run from one another to the point no one can figure out who is compromising whom in this game of love me, love me not.
Lynsay Sands has written the perfect addition to this series with a wonderful and exciting story that keeps the reader absorbed to the final word. Love may not be blind but sometimes men are not the brightest romantic bulbs. Ms. Sands shows how a woman can turn everything back around to her favor.