Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Review: Making Sense by Serenity Woods

One night can loosen the grip of the past. Only love can break it completely. Freya Fletcher longs to travel and use her nursing skills abroad. But while her father keeps gambling away her meager savings, she’s anchored to her hospital job and family responsibilities. When friends ask her to a bar one evening to support a local band, Freya goes along reluctantly. But she’s glad she took the night off when gorgeous Nate Taylor turns out to be the lead guitarist and singer. Too bad there’s no room in her complicated life for anything resembling love. Following a car accident at age fourteen, Nate awoke with an ability to heal. Now, hounded by the family that used him, haunted by the memory of a boy he couldn’t save, he is a man on the run. Although the promise of peace glows brightly in Freya’s beautiful eyes, his past, weighing heavily on his soul, won’t let him reach for it. Luckily, the delectable Freya doesn’t want a relationship either. They come together for one night, just casual, no strings. But one night quickly turns into several. Before long they’ve fallen in love, but until they can find a way to break free of their pasts, a happy future will remain only a distant dream.

Product Warnings An unashamedly romantic and sexy story guaranteed to make you laugh and cry. Please do not read unless you like brooding heroes, fun and feisty heroines, and a touch of the Twilight Zone

Review:
Okay so I'm going to admit I'm not a big believer in things of a mystical nature. And I was a little worried that it would overpower the book and I was going to dislike it immensely.

Thankfully I couldn't have been more wrong. This book was a wonderful blend of romance and finding yourself and realising that you don't have to face everything that life throws you on your own.

I have read some of Serenity's works before and this most definitely lived up to what I expect from her writing.

Overall I give it a 4 out of 5 This left me with a happy sense of peace when I was done. And I am eager to read the first book in the series now.

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4 comments:

  1. Sounds fascinating. And a good review.

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  2. Thank you for hosting me, Melissa! And thanks for the lovely review :-)

    Serenity x

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