Saturday, January 30, 2016
Blue Moon Lake Book 2
Trent has made some serious mistakes in his past. But he's matured and has now been clean and sober for three years. Veronica's pasted is shadowed by a tragic event and she's now reluctant to enter into any relationships. But she's found love with an anonymous blog writer whom she's never met. They share a lot of common interests and seem to understand each other. Veronica feels safe sharing her darkest secrets with him. But the guy, Trent, that she meets in real life is also pulling her out of her past and into the present. Can she be in love with two people?
This book was clearly in a series, something I missed when picking this up to read. The book works as a stand-alone, but would be much better had I read the previous book and knew the innuendos the author was leaving for the readers of book one. The author did a great job of taking a sweet romance and adding the darker elements that the two main characters were suffering from. I think she handled the sensitive subjects well. The plot was predictable, but sweet. Overall, the story or characters didn't grab me, but the subject matter was handled so well that I found myself enjoying the book more than I would have, had it been missing.
I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.