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I don’t know that I would necessarily label this story a love triangle. For me, it felt more like a struggle between what could have been and what could be … with two different people. That’s probably a bit confusing for you on its own but here’s a little background …
So we have Mila who was left at the altar by Cole about 8 years ago. In that time, Mila has made a best friend and confidant, Drew. Cole is what could have been and Drew is what could be … or is he … I can’t go thru the story because that intricacy is what makes this book so ridiculously good. Every single “wait, what? moment was deliberate and thought out and they all need to be experienced without prejudice. If I could get away with just telling you: BUY THIS BOOK RIGHT NOW! and that’s it, I would. Then again, maybe that’s all I will tell you!
Gaaaaaaah, I found myself so excited thru most of this story and the chemistry was off the charts. The story-line was so intriguing and thought provoking I didn’t really want it to end. I really love when a book captures my attention and I just cannot stop!
Copy provided for blog tour review
Veronica Larsen began writing around the age of seven, scribbling Nancy Drew-like stories between the margins of composition notebooks. Her journey into the romance genre began once upon a long military deployment when she penned a steamy romance for her husband, a US Marine. This story eventually turned into her debut novel Entangle. She fell in love with writing romance and hasn’t looked back since. Her novels are known to feature engaging story-lines, relatable characters that tap into heart-tugging truths, and a tangible chemistry that builds throughout the story. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, which has come in handy in resolving the messy lives of the fictional people in her head.
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