Author: Tina Michele
Publisher: Bold Strokes Publishing
Cover Artist: Sheri (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 08/11/2015
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Contemporary, Drama, Lesbian, Lesbian Romance
Two years after being left behind in Boston, Bree Whitely still cannot deal with the shattered pieces of the life she once had with her partner. With encouragement from her uncle, she returns home to Asheville to rebuild her life. But it’s going to take more than a change of scenery to mend her heart.
Carson Harper has spent her life pursuing her career and her women. But lately, she feels that something is always missing and physical fulfillment may no longer be enough. When life wraps what she seeks within the wounded heart of another, what will she do for love knowing she could lose it all in the end?
Bree and Carson have the chance to find love if they can give up the lives they had planned for the one they were meant to live.
A nice 2nd book
Bree returns to North Carolina two and half years after being abandoned by her wife. She is looking a fresh start and returns to her Uncle that raised her. She intends to work at the beloved museum she spent to much of her youth at.
Miss Michele is extremely knowledgeable by art and her surroundings. There are lots of details about the art and museum including information about a driveway. I like the many wonderful details that are in this story. I found it to be well written, technically sound with good flow and a very good plot line.
I like the plot in this book, it is a romance and does not try to be anything but that. While I enjoyed the story I did find it to be lacking a bit. The characters seemed passive and little flat. Despite being in her mid to late twenties Bree seems to be immature. There were a lot of little things here and there that made her seem much younger. Don’t get me wrong, I DO like the book, I simply wanted it to be more… Unfortunately I don’t know what else it would need to fill that want. There is nothing wrong with the book. It is worth the read and the story is good.
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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