New Release with Review: Out of The Blue by P. Dangelico

October 26, 2021




Life comes at you fast and love comes out of the blue...

A small town romance about letting go of the past and learning to live in the moment.

Out Of The Blue by P. Dangelico is now live!

Blue Baldwin takes no horse crap from anybody. Well, actually, that's not entirely true. She does take horse crap. Piles of it. The real kind that is--not the metaphorical one. It kind of goes with the job description when you run a large animal rescue. What she does not take, however, is crap from an entitled movie star who needs to reform his rotten image.

Unfortunately, the farm she manages is in trouble and if she doesn't raise the cash to save it she'll be homeless along with the precious animals who depend on her. So she'll grin and bear the King of Hollywood Screw Ups, and the assistant, and the overprotective brother he brings along. I mean, she takes care of large animals for a living. Isn't that basically the same thing?

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Out Of The Blue gave me the small town laid back feel that I was craving and I was so excited to dive further into this story. I was expecting to have this secrecy of a Hollywood romance brewing with a small town girl but I ended up getting so much more.

Blue has always been the type of woman who knows exactly what she wants and she's followed that mindset in her career. Unfortunately due to a personal trauma, she had to give up what she loves and by doing that she found something that was even more worthwhile. With having a peace of mind and a sense of security, Blue is a happy woman that's in her element. But her world is about to get shaken up a bit when she meets the new guests on the ranch.


I have to say that although I went into this story expecting something different, I'm happy with the way everything turned out. I really liked Blue as a female heroine and I loved how she never held anything back. She told you exactly how she felt and it was up to you whether you wanted to stay mad or applaud her. The issue that I had with the story was that I didn't feel the true chemistry between the main characters because they didn't spend a lot of time together in the relationship phase. Towards the end felt like a lot of things were being rushed and I just needed things to slow down a bit.

Aside from that, If you're a you're a small town romance fan, then I think you're going to enjoy this one.

Meet Paola


Paola Dangelico loves romance in all forms, pulp fiction, the NY Jets, and to while away the day at the barn (apparently she does her best thinking shoveling horse poop). She was born in Milan, Italy, grew up in New Jersey watching her father paint the covers of bestselling romance authors like Danielle Steel and Amanda Quick, and after a long stint on the left coast, she returned to the right coast to write about finding love in a modern world. Presently, she resides in New Jersey with her fur family.

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