Beauty & the Biker (Impossible Dream, #1) by Beth Ciotta

Beauty & the Biker (Impossible Dream, #1)

Coming this fall from Beth Ciotta (author of the Cupcake Lovers). BEAUTY & THE BIKER, the launch book in a new contemporary series—Impossible Dream—celebrating hope, love, and the magic of the human spirit!PRINCE CHARMING IS OUT THERE. SOMEWHERE.Miracles happen every day. Even in Nowhere, Nebraska. That’s Bella Mooney’s philosophy and she’s sticking to it! A children’s librarian who writes fairy tales on the side, Bella has earned the...

Details Beauty & the Biker (Impossible Dream, #1)

TitleBeauty & the Biker (Impossible Dream, #1)
Release DateNov 14th, 2014
PublisherBC Ink
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Humor, Family

Reviews Beauty & the Biker (Impossible Dream, #1)

  • Ann Lorz
    A wonderful story that makes you believe in fairy tales. I can't wait to see what the rest of the series brings.
  • Tammy Yenalavitch
    Beauty and the Biker is the first book in Beth's Impossible Dream series. I loved it. It has magic, passion and heart. Bella is a sweet librarian who likes fairy tales. Joe is a former under cover cop from Chicago who has seen too much pain. They meet in Nowhere, Nebraska and somehow they connect. They bring out the best in each other and I loved their journey. I am really looking forward to the next books in the series with the other Inseparable...
  • Cyndi Delia
    I LOVED THIS BOOK! And it's not because I'm biased and love the sweet quirky author(if you've been lucky enough to meet Ms. Ciotta you know what I mean)She is what she writes- you can see every bit of her personality on the pages she so beautifully crafts(yes, I'm gushing like a total fan girl). This is a strong start to this series. I laughed, and cried. Filled with humor, heart and touch of mystery, this is a truly magical book. I didn't want i...
  • Bernie
    Dusty rose colored glassesI enjoyed Bella's optimism throughout the book. Even when she saw the rough in Joe's life, she was able to spin it around. Unrealistic maybe but alas this is the story of beauty and the biker, and they need their HEA.
  • Karen Barber
    Loved this book!!! Not only was this book a great story!! It has a lot of passion, you just fall in love with Bella and Joe!!! Joe has a dark side, loved how Bella brings out the best in him!!! Can’t wait to read the next story, Bella’s friends are very interesting!!
  • JV
    Bella Mooney is quirky, upbeat, optimistic, sweet, and non-confrontational, but she is going through a rough spot after the death of her mother. She has moved in with her father, who is also struggling with his wife’s death and who is drinking and gambling too much, to help him get through it. She has also ended a relationship with Carson, her boyfriend who is determined to be her fiancé, because she realized their relationship was more about ...
  • Gemma Weir
    Check out more of my reviews on my blog http://gemmareadstoomuchforittomenorm...3.5 stars Beauty and the biker by Beth Ciotta is book #1 in The Impossible Dream Series. This is the first book I have read by this author and I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review so here goes....This book is not exactly what I was expecting!!!This is a sickly sweet romance where the female lead is literally nicknamed princess rainbow because she's act...
  • Sue
    In Beauty and The Biker (Impossible Dream #1) by Beth Ciotta, Bella believes in true love and happily ever afters...she just hasn't found hers yet. A children's librarian who also writes children's books, Bella is currently living with her father, trying to help him find his footing after the death of her mother.Unexpected events bring Bella to the door of her neighbor, Joe. Former police detective, Joe keeps to himself and strongly discourages f...
  • Ashley Woods
    Beauty and the Biker is about a woman named Bella who is an upbeat, loveable and down to earth good person who looks on the bright side of things. In this story, Bella ends up falling in love with'the biker', Joe Savage, a man who is haunted by his past which in return makes him a recluse. As Ciotta writes, he is 'the badass loner' but 'scary gorgeous'.I loved the relationship between Bella and Savage. You have your good girl and your 'bad' boy, ...
  • Gaele
    What better way to please a romance fan then to bring us back to the first romances we ever read - the fairy tales? In this clever twist on Beauty and the Beast, Ciotta gives us all of the wonderful moments , updated with a modern twist.Bella is a children’s librarian who wants to write happily ever afters and experience all of her dreams coming true? She is that adult with a child’s perspective on the world, she believes in happy ever after ...
  • Cindy Reifel
    can always edit it here. Product Image Beauty & the Biker ~Beth Ciotta4.9 out of 5 stars (12) 5.0 out of 5 stars A Wonderful Feel Good Read, October 31, 2014 By cjr This review is from: Beauty & the Biker (Impossible Dream Book 1) (Kindle Edition) I just finished reading this book and, I have to say, I'm not a biker kind of gal, or at least that's what I thought until I read this book. I read 200-300 books a year and I have to say that this is b...
  • Madison Warner Fairbanks
    Beauty and The Biker by Beth CiottaAs I read the pages, I often felt a smile of giddy happiness on my face. He kisses her and her world spins. How perfect. It's exactly what you want every book and every romance to do as you read it. Make you sigh with satisfaction, happiness and maybe even a little envy.Oh, I loved this book!Bella Mooney achieved blissful joy reading to the children in her job as librarian. After filling out an application at Im...
  • Lisa Filipe
    Charming, Witty and YES, dare I say MAGICAL, BEAUTY AND THE BIKER is a Must-Read for the "Little Girls" inside us all that still believe in a Happily Ever After!In a time of Modern Re-Makes and Fairy Tales becoming just as much fun for adults as for kids, Beth Ciotta couldn't have picked a better time to launch the Impossible Dreams Series, about Five Friends, who might just be living out a Fairy Tale of their own!Book One, BEAUTY AND THE BIKER, ...
  • Karen
    4.5 stars!What can I say except that Beth Ciotta has done it again with the start of this new series. Take a jaded ex-cop from Chicago named Joe Savage and stick him somewhere in Nebraska next door to the optimistic ray of sunshine named Bella Mooney and you have Beauty and the Biker. This story will delight readers as Ms Ciotta delivers another story with her signature blend of quirky humor, friendship, family, a dash of suspense, and of course ...
  • Tory
    Ciotta is my go to author for quirky, sweet reads. I have a hard time believing that anyone is as sweet or innocent as some of her heroines, but I enjoy reading Ciotta's stories. Bella is sweet and overly chirpy, yet doesn't cross the line into annoying. I smile as I read her interactions with others. Joe is more of a badass. he wants to push others away, and has PTSD (in my opinion, it is never called that in the book), from his work as an under...
  • Sherry
    I loved this story! I have been a fan of Beth Ciotta's for some time now, always looking forward to her stories, and this one further solidified my adoration for her storytelling. The story is fun, upbeat, optimistic, a little magical but with enough edge, drama, twists and turns to make me unsure as to how it was eventually going to play out! Just when you think you know where things are going, surprise detour. This story touched on some persona...
  • Cathy
    "Beauty & the Biker" by Beth Ciotta - this was an enjoyable and fairly light read. The Hero, Joe, is a man that lives with dark memories from his time as a cop, and Bella, our heroine, is a children's librarian that is the ultimate Ms. Optimist. I found this story to be uplifting and positive, although, I have to admit, Bella's overly sunny outlook on life did grate on my nerves at times. I did enjoy when she got riled up but, it didn't last and ...
  • Marti
    Beauty and the Beast is a fun read. Beth Ciotta has come up with a great first book of a series called the Impossible Dream #1. The book takes place in Nowhere, Nebraska with two main characters that need each other. I love some of the scenes in the book, but by far my favorite was the opening scene for Bella Mooney and Joe Savage. (Yes there is a play on words for their names - there has to be!)Bella is the children’s librarian in the small to...
  • Deidre Motto
    I was so excited for this new series to come out, and I was not let down. I enjoy the works of Ms. Ciotta because of her well-written, multi-dimensional characters, story lines that weave in and out of each other to involve those characters, and of course the buzz I get off of the happy ending. This book promises that it will be another series of all of this and more. One thing I especially love is that the characters are (mostly, except for the ...
  • Carrie
    I have to admit that I was so disappointed when I found out Beth Ciotta's Cupcake Lovers series wouldn't be continuing, but if it has freed her up to tackle this Impossible Dream series then I'm 100% on board. I finished up Beauty & the Biker last night and was almost too giddy to fall asleep! There wasn't anything that I didn't like about this series premiere. Bella and Joe were such a case of opposites attract, but at heart had so many common q...
  • Sharon
    I receive and ARC copy of this book. I loved this book. I am a fan of Beth Ciotta's Cupcake series and got hooked on her books. This has marking of another great series. This is another great love story of the bad boy and the girl with rainbows over her head. I love her circle of friend the Inseparables who were friends from early childhood. It will be interesting to see how these girls stories play out in the next stories in the series. I loved ...
  • Karin
    Impossible Dream Book OneBella is tired of living with Mr. Alright. She decides to apply to a new site called Impossible Dream. She asks for the perfect man, but she's pointed to her prickly new neighbor instead. Joe just moved from Chicago to Nowhere, Nebraska and must deal with his perky neighbor when he wants to live in peace. Both are thrown together time and again until they find they actually like one another. Maybe this site has it down, a...
  • Tricia
    I absolutely loved this book! It's just so lovely and sweet, and yet has other elements as well -- a little suspense, family drama, friendship, etc. All in all, it's well rounded and everything weaves together beautifully! I adored it & seriously can't wait for the next book in the series!! I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review, but that in no way sways my view -- I love Beth Ciotta's books regardless!!
  • Jen
    Sweet, charming, funny and magical are just a few words to describe the first book in what looks to be a great new series. While the romance develops extremely quickly, it goes with the whole fairy tale like story. Bella brings light into Joe's darkened soul, and Joe brings Bella out of her comfort zone with her writing. Loved the supporting cast of characters, can't wait to read Chrissy's story which is next in the series!4.5 starsARC received i...
  • Paige Turner
    Good but ......I'm in the minority on this read. It was good but I had a hard time connecting with the characters. The book also had an overall sadness to it that I didn't anticipate. Joe and Bella spent more time apart than together. I'm happy that they got their HEA but it took a long time to get there.
  • Belinda
    Let me preface this by saying I do not believe in love. I am a jaded person I know..but I just finished reading Beauty and the Biker and it makes me want to fall in love and have that happily ever after..The book was magnificient..I laughed, I cried, I oohed and aahed all through the book.. Thank you for restoring some of my faith..
  • Kelli Jo
    I want to sign up at!! Oh, the dreams that come true! Beth proves that ALL your dreams CAN come true, even in Nowhere! Hold onto your hats as your "tumble" into love - in the most unexpected places with the most unexpected person. Hard hearts can soften and talents can change and blend.
  • Ginny
    Really enjoyed this book. This is the first time I have read any of Beth Ciotta's books and will be looking forward to reading the next one in this series. The whole book was cute and funny. What I call a "feel good" book. A very good HEA book!
  • Anne
    What an absolute delight!
  • Melissa Jackson
    Loved this book!