Saturday, June 13, 2015

Review 11: Winter's End

Winter’s End. Clarissa Cartharn. 2013. [November] Sweet Poisons. 210 Pages. [Source: Purchased]

First sentence: She was once told a good life almost always kept wrinkles at bay.

Premise/Plot:  From Amazon - Sometimes it takes a third to mend two broken hearts

Tormented by the rumors plaguing her once loveless marriage, young widow Emma Winston escapes to Breakish in the Isle of Skye with her two children. But her hopes of a new beginning is shattered as she finds herself torn between the man she once loved, her brother-in-law Richard Winston and wealthy, handsome playboy, Chris Cameron who threatens to destroy everything she's accomplished if she doesn't accept his offer of a convenient marriage.

Will Emma finally learn to follow her heart?

My thoughts:  I rather enjoyed reading this it was quick and not really stressful.  However I personally did not like how the male main character verbally attacked the heroine of the story.  It made me feel terrible for her regardless of his history he shouldn’t have done what he did.  I loved how the children were portrayed, rather like my own daughter.  It was a quick entertaining read

Rating 6/10

Recommendation:  Fans of contemporary romances set in the UK, fans of movie stars falling for normal people, and just people looking for a quick read.

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