Review: Ship of Fools by Cathy Yardley

Cover for Ship of Fools by Cathy Yardley

Title:  Ship of Fools

Author: Cathy Yardley

Series: Fandom Hearts #6

Pages: 162

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

Ten years ago, Ren Chu broke Rachel’s heart. He promised if she ever needed him to call and she swore she never would. When her sister has a medical emergency she swallows her pride and asks Ren for help. All he asked for was a chance to catch up because he never stopped loving her. 

This was a pretty good second chance romance. Rachel never stopped loving Ren even though she has moved on with her life and it all comes rushing back once they meet again. She gives Ren one week to show her that he is ready for a relationship with her. In that week there are a lot of ups and downs. I actually really enjoyed this because it opens both of their eyes up to what they do and don’t want in a relationship. Ren finds he wants more of a social life and is tired of being at his parents beck and call. Rachel finds that it’s time for her to move on from her family and start her own life. 

I wasn’t really sure if I would like Ren in this one but he quickly grew on me. He has lived up to his parents expectations all of his life and is constantly pushing himself to do better. Unfortunately, he isn’t being true to himself because of that. Rachel giving him a second chance shows him how much he has let himself be controlled by his family and their expectations. 

Overall, I enjoyed this conclusion to the Fandom Hearts series. I am sad to see it ending but am happy everyone found their HEA’s. I look forward to reading more of Yardley’s books in the future.

Goodreads / Amazon

Previous books in the series:

#1 Level Up
#1.5 Hooked
#2 One True Pairing
#3 Game of Hearts
#4 What Happens at Con
#4.5 Ms. Behave
#5 Playing Doctor

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