Jenna loves her musical career but the problem is everything else in her life. Her marriage is falling apart and she becomes unhappy with the direction of her future. When her high school sweetheart returns it may just be the miracle she was hoping for but secrets still keep them apart.
I don’t even know where to start this review. It’s one of those books that so amazingly romantic that it’s hard to sum it up in one sentence. Jenna, oh Jenna. I want to scoop her up into a hug. Her husband’s a jerk and then Brand is back in her life. Total swoon. Talk about complicated. He’s also got a medical secret that’s really heartbreaking. Oh, Jenna’s got a freaking huge secret of her own. When Jenna final breaks it off with her husband she knows life is too short to pass on what she wants. And what she wants is Brand. Although I’m not musically inclined I had no problem following this genre story. In fact, I found it wonderfully interesting.
If you like contemporary romance you’re going to love Winter Symphony!
$10.00 Amazon Card: Melissa
Prize List Ebook: Linda, Tammy and Kiran
Carlin has a looming deadline for work and a new manager to work with but Thatcher is nothing like she imagined.
This had great characters. Carlin is a divorced woman who is overworked and on anti-depressants. She’s fighting all the stress and trying to find a balance. It’s something I think a lot of women will relate to. Thatcher is a sexy man that finds Carlin irresistable, he is a genuinely good guy.
There romance was nice but rushed. The whole story could have been fleshed out and I think it would have been a solid five stars. I really liked this workplace romance story and look forward to the next in the series!
Romance, Suspense - novel
TBR Reviewer: Amanda
El Mirador was a Spanish beach resort destroyed by fire in the 1970's. When Zara Flynn's father dies in an accident at his construction site in Indonesia, she finds herself the 24-year-old CEO of Flynn Enterprises as well as the personal owner of the burned-out hulk that is El Mirador. She soon finds herself embroiled in strange events revolving around the ruined property, a famous Spanish rocker, a Canadian engineer working for her company, and the local officials involved in Planning and Development for Costa del Sol. Along the way she just might find out why her father left her such a strange legacy and get clarity about his death.
I found the cast of characters assembled in this story to be fascinating. "Mickey Mountain" and his strange predilections, the Dark Angel, the older English couple that took Zara under there wings when they discovered she was staying alone at Club Marbella, and of course, David all added to the interesting aspects of the book. There were a couple of places that dragged, but most of the time I enjoyed the storyline and was pleasantly surprised with the ending. Although I am not a huge fan of "insta-love", I liked Zara and David together, and especially with Zara's friends and family all wanting them together, felt like they made a realistic couple. I also liked the way the prologue and epilogue, both taking place in the '70s, gave both a glimpse at Zara's father and explained the last of the mysteries surrounding the old resort.
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