Heavy but good!
Author: Julie Cannon
Publisher: Bold Strokes Publishing
Rating: 5.00 of 5 Stars
Barrett and Kelly, two complete strangers, shared a harrowing experience where they were completely dependent on each other for survival. When Barrett is rescued and forced to leave Kelly behind, she returns several months later to free her from their captors. After returning home, they go their separate ways and try to pick up their lives, but circumstances and feelings they didn’t expect pull them together and threaten to drive them apart.
Can love overcome feelings of guilt, obligation, gratitude, debt, and responsibility?
I have not seen a lesfic story quite like this before. I chose to read this because I like the way Ms. Cannon writes. What I got was a surprise. The story line was intreguing, interesting and intense. This book hit on a several heavy subjects. It was a bit hard in some places but it made the story stronger and more realistic and in doing so made the book all the better. Having to deal with some of the things that the lead characters faced, I can say that Ms. Cannon handled these subjects very well and authentically and I think that is another reason I liked this book. I could identify and relate to Barrett and Kelly.
Ms. Cannon’s writing is wonderful, the story flowed nicely and the book ended up perfectly for me. I am so glas she chose to deal with such real issues.
Thank you Ms Cannon.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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