Title: Leap of Faith (La Flor Series, #1)
Author: ML Rodriguez
Published Date: June 1st 2015
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
I met Jake when I was seventeen and at eighteen, I became his wife. The years that followed were enchanted, like a fairy tale romance.
Then, in the blink of an eye, my perfect world unraveled—I lost a part of myself and my dreams shattered around me.
At twenty-five, I was left a widow, pregnant, and mother of two.
Fast forward almost five years—I exist but I don’t “live”. I had to learn to live without him, with only our memories and my tears. I raised our children, and I lived his dream, without a thought to myself.
That is, until the day at the stoplight, when a pair of violet eyes stared back at me. In that moment, the numbness started to disappear, and lightning hit, changing my world once again.
This is a contemporary romance and book one in La Flor series. Each book will be able to be read as a STANDALONE, and some material is NOT suited for people under 18.
As an avid romance reader I could definitely feel the attraction/heat between Zane and Faith, which was amazing. But I felt like the sex scenes were a little awkward and for a contemporary romance, they felt a little raunchy for my tastes.
I love the idea of soul mates and it had a good little touch of the paranormal, with the idea of a forever kind of love. This story had a lot of potential and I hope that as the series moves forward so too will that potential.
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