Publication date: September 16, 2018
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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This was a sweet story about trials and overcoming them.
Both Andre and Anne-Marie have troubled pasts that are threatening to overcome them. Through a series of shared friends and family, Andre and Anne-Marie just might be able to persevere.
I loved getting to know these two and slowly having their pasts revealed as they became more comfortable with each other. The minute they met, Andre and Anne-Marie had a connection. This connection lead them to becoming closer despite they shared history of difficult relationships.
Andre is such a gentleman and never pushed farther than Anne-Marie was comfortable going. He did not let her disability change anything about how he treated her, which was lovely to read.
Anne-Marie frustrated me in the beginning. She is such a sweet girl, and it was hard ‘watching’ her struggle with her life. I really appreciated that no matter how down she got, she was never broken. No matter what happened there was still that little spark that came out, showing everyone that she would not go down with this ship. My one hang-up of sorts is that there was never an good explanation on why she uses a wheelchair. It’s not pivotal to the tale, so it is definitely not a dealbreaker, but I would have liked the backstory there.
Andre and Anne-Marie were brought together by a serious of what’s hard to call coincidences. Family and friends interconnect in this tale, bringing in a thought of fate. I love the connections between all the background characters and our protagonists. Everyone ends up as a huge family, always trying to take care of each other.
That Andre and Anne-Marie were able to support and care for each other, allowing for a happier future to come into being, was a lovely thing to witness.
This was my second read for Michelle Heron (I was happy to see the connection to Lost Girls in this novel); but it won’t be my last.
Thank you so much, Michelle, for allowing me the chance to review this story in exchange for a free copy of this book.
continue the blog tour by visiting these lovely posts:
Tuesday September 17th:
- Shelly Tooley will be posting on her Facebook
Wednesday September 18th:
- Kat Mary will be posting A Video Review on her Facebook Page: Kat Reads Romance and on her Youtube Channel
Thursday September 19th:
- Michelle Chantler will be posting a Teaser on her website: Shelly’s Promos for Indie Authors
Friday September 20th:
- Heather Boofer will be posting A Review on her Facebook Page: Coffee Shop Reads
- Amy Ryan-Day will be posting a Review on Instagram
- TJ Creque will be posting a Review on her Facebook Page: TJ Blogs
- Shantel Parsell will be posting a Review on her Website: Mystical Reads/ Mystical Reads Blog
Previous stops on the tour include:
- Crystal Suttles shared her Review on Facebook
- Cassandra Jones posted a Review in her group: Cassandra’s Writing World
- Kristina Simkins posted a Teaser in her Facebook Group: K & R’s Dark Angels Book Blog
- Amy posted a Review on Instagram
- Kim Herma posted a review on her Facebook Page Kimhes Rockin Chicks in the Books
- Summer Summer Burker Ford posted a Review on Instagram
- Angela McClellann posted a Review on Facebook
- Breen Rodriguez posted a Review on Instagram
- Lynne posted a Review on Instagram
- Emma Brenner posted a review on Instagram
- Tish Delanoy posted a Review on her Facebook page: Cocktails & Fairytales
- Michelle Chantler posted a review on her website: Missy, Michelle Books Review’s Competitions Blogs