***Review By Julie From The Nerd Girl Page***
***I received this book from the author in exchange for a review.***
Always My Love by S.H. Pratt is a fairly standard romance. If half stars were allowed, I might have given this book 2.5 stars. While I enjoyed the premise and plot of the story, I found the characters to be underdeveloped and the pace to be a bit choppy. I was surprised that Liviann was never a suspect in her cheating boyfriend’s death in a house fire; that could have made for an interesting side story. Tristan her hunky new love interest doesn’t add much to the conversation beyond complimenting Liviann and trying to comfort her. I would have found their relationship and his character more interesting if he had more to say. I was pleasantly surprised by some of the twists in the plot. This is definitely a worthy beach-read. I look forward to reading Ms. Pratt’s next novel as this debut novel shows a lot of potential.
Liviann Walsh is the successful author of a YA book series and an avid gamer. She moves from Northern California to Olympia, Washington after a relationship ends. She turns to her cousin and his family and friends for support. She very quickly falls for Tristan, a college professor, who helps her turn her wildly successful book series into a movie screenplay. While their relationship develops, a crazy fan begins to stalk Liviann. Don’t fear, there is a happily-ever-after ending.
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