Friday, April 29, 2016

Write Me Home

Crystal Walton
Contemporary Romance

"Sorry, forgot your name somewhere between the breaking-and-entering routine and your pitch to live with me."

Firefighter Ethan DeLuca never intended to go home.  Too many painful memories were there, and he was just fine walking away from them.  Until Nonna has a heart attack, forcing him back to where he doesn't want to be.  Just for a little while though.  So when he finds an opportunity to help fix up a summer camp down the road, it's perfect.  However, his new boss is the kind of girl to make a guy re-think all his plans.  Cassidy McAdams needs to fix up her grandfather's camp, sell it, and save her mother's shop.  There's no other way.  No matter how many good memories she had there, it's time to be a grown up.  And her new handyman is definitely making her feel like a grown up.  When unexplained attacks come, will the two draw closer together, or will their past scars keep them apart?

My Opinion: This story had a wonderful plot, and made me think of long summer breaks.  The romance is sweet and fun and realistic.  The story brought some good twists and turns and changes.  The few sides were quirky and endearing and filled in the small town.  The past and present were intricately woven together and all fall into place by the end, leaving you satisfied.  There were some serious backstories to the characters, shockingly so at times.  But it leaves you with hope that love can bloom anywhere.  Though the dialogue was a little choppy at times, it caught my interest and kept me turning pages.  Overall a good read and an unique and realistic contemporary romance.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.

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