Member Blogs > Journey of a BooksellerHarvest Moon by Sharon Struth

  • Tue, 22 Dec 2015 09:00:00    Permalink
    He's a recovering addict.  She's still trying to get over being raped years ago.  There's an attraction between them but neither one is looking for anything permanent.  That's too bad...

    Lyrical Press and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It's coming out today, so you can grab a copy now.

    Trent is working with his brother on the vineyard he's established.  He has some family problems to overcome yet because of his past actions but he's on the straight and narrow now.  He likes being sober.  Now if he can just mend the past.

    Veronica has been carrying guilt with her for years.  She's learned to keep it to herself, not to invest too much in a relationship, and to just get on with life.  Unfortunately, this doesn't mean living life to it's fullest.

    There is a lot of drama, confrontations, and magical moments all woven together here.  The truth finally comes out on both sides and their affection grows.  The author does a nice job of talking about uncomfortable moments and personal strength.  

    I enjoyed this read.  It flows well, is busy, and made me smile at the end.  They manage to conquer their demons.  If only it went that well for everyone.

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