Thursday, 21 April 2016

Leap of Faith review

I met Jake when I was seventeen and at eighteen, I became his wife. The years that followed were enchanted, like a fairy tale romance.

Then, in the blink of an eye, my perfect world unraveled—I lost a part of myself and my dreams shattered around me.

At twenty-five, I was left a widow, pregnant, and mother of two.

Fast forward almost five years—I exist, but I don’t “live.” I had to learn to live without him, with only our memories and my tears. I raised our children, and I lived his dream, without a thought to myself.

That is, until the day at the stoplight, when a pair of violet eyes stared back at me. In that moment, the numbness started to disappear, and lightning hit, changing my world once again.

*This book one in La Flor Series and a standalone novel. 
**Contemporary Romance Novel, for MATURE audience.

Claire's review 3 of 5 Stars

The beginning of this story really drew me in instantly! I loved the story of Faith and Jake and hated the way that it all ended. 

Zane to me was overpowering and although I enjoy a good alpha male, I just couldn't warm to his character and the whole insta-love element. If I had of been Faith, I think I would have ran in the opposite direction.

At times, I also found that it felt as if Faith's character changed from one chapter to the next. The mature and grown up woman we see in one instance then became very immature and childish in the next.

Overall, I enjoyed the story as a whole. It was an easy emotional read, with a huge amount of potential. 

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