Sunday, October 23, 2011
Review: Finding Home by Amy O'Neill
by Amy O'Neill
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Summary from Amazon:
Avery is the quintessential Midwestern girl who relocates to San Diego after a nasty divorce. She’s done with letting fear (or a man) lead her life. But mysterious Damien has other plans for her heart. Damien's spent the last four years in a downward spiral. But the feisty Avery ignites something in him. Their happiness depends on believing in love more than fears that could destroy everything.
Finding Home is a story of starting over and finding love. This story makes you think about how "home" doesn't always mean the physical location where you live but is about being with the one you love. Finding Home captured my attention right away. Amy describes her characters in a way that is easy to relate to them and makes you feel as if you are getting to know them. However, after the first few chapters, I thought the middle started dragging. This book was perhaps a bit overly sweet for my tastes, and others may not find this to be a problem. My attention was recaptured again toward the end when things started heating up, in more ways than one. (This book is not recommend for anyone under 18.) My biggest complaint about this book was the grammatical errors and typos. I would recommend this book if you are looking for a sweet love story. I am looking forward to reading Amy O'Neill's next book and watching her growth as an author.
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A review copy of this book was provided by the author.