Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Review: Defying Gravity by Laura Farr

Defying Gravity (Healing Hearts #2)Savannah Parker is miserable.

The reason: Josh Miller, her brother’s best friend.

Devastated by the unrequited love she has for Josh, she has no choice but to sit back and watch him play the field, her heart breaking a little more each time she sees him.

In an attempt to forget about Josh and move on, she distances herself from those who love her. Josh is never far from her thoughts though. In a desperate attempt to feel something for someone and fill the void, she makes a reckless choice—one that will change her life forever.

Once her secret is revealed, relationships are threatened, and Savannah stands to lose those closest to her. When she needs someone the most, Josh proves to be her greatest support, and soon the lines of friendship become blurred. When she confronts him about his feelings for her, he reveals a secret of his own—one that could destroy them before they’ve even started.

Can Savannah and Josh make a relationship work? Or are there some secrets that are too hard to overcome?

Defying Gravity is book 2 in the Healing Hearts series.

Claire's Review 4 of 5 Stars

Another fantastic book from the lovely Laura Farr!

If you have read book 1 in the series Taking Chances, you will already be familiar with the main characters in this book; Savannah and Josh.

This book sees Savannah’s life take a dramatic turn when she has a positive pregnancy test and the prospect of a future as a single Mum, as she has no idea who the father is.

This book was emotional all the way through and you can’t help but cheer on Savannah and Josh to finally get together after all this time when she’s liked him but he’s denied her advances. The pregnancy being the big turning point for Josh, and who knows, if Savannah hadn’t fallen pregnant he might never have pushed himself to admit to her his true feelings.

I really enjoyed this book and it was lovely to see the other characters once again (Libby and Mason) and to see how their lives were panning out. I loved Savannah and Mason and was so happy they finally had their chance at a happy ending even though it doesn’t run smoothly. A nicely written book and my only complaint is that I felt at times the story dragged on slightly in places for me.

I can’t wait to see what the next book in the story brings!

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