Released: October 19, 2015
Genre: Contemporary romance
Publisher: Vivian Winslow
This book is interesting from the beginning but it has a slow build until you get an idea of where it’s going. If you are looking for some hot and heavy romance, you won’t get it until the last 20% but the author does like to tease a bit throughout. Truly the focus is on Flor’s journey of coming into her own. She’s trying to figure out what makes her happy while coming to terms with emotions and disappoints from her past. For the most part, the story is told from Flor’s perspective. On occasion it will abruptly change to other’s perspectives for short periods of time. This can be a bit mystifying for the in the short term but Those other points of view are integral to understanding the whole story as well as setting up the series. Intriguingly by the conclusion of this book, the narrative leaves quite a bit open to revisit Flor again in future. It seems to finish on perhaps a “happy for now” note. Knowing the next story is about Rose, I wonder how/if Flor will integrate into her story.
Rating: 3.5 Stars
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