Finding Love (Soul Sisters #4) by Victoria Johns (Review by #NerdGirlJulie)


Title: Finding Love (Soul Sisters #4)

Author: Victoria Johns

Published Date: November 18th 2016

Genre: Contemporary romance


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The Soul Sisters code for Lottie, Dolly, Neely and me has a real meaning, we’re true friends who connect and understand each other, like true sisters. We’re there for each other no matter what, it’s a real connection.

But what happens when that stops?

What happens when you choose to walk away and close yourself off from them?
Life happens.

Ugly, dream shattering life.

Sonny and I were the last singles standing and I wanted him to sweep me off my feet, romance me like the classic love stories I adored. Instead his disdain for me left me devastated, especially when it was so obvious.

My hometown held too many reminders of the life I couldn’t have so I jumped at the ‘opportunity of a lifetime’ and made a break for freedom. Only freedom was the last thing I got.

This is my story, I am Florence Smith, desperately and hopelessly looking for my happily ever after, at whatever cost.

Finding Love– A Soul Sisters Novel – is the fourth book in the series, which tells the story of four girls, friendship and their path to finding ‘the one.’


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***#NerdGirlJulie’s  Review***
Finding Love by Victoria Johns is a friends-to-lovers romance with a very different twist. It is book four in the Soul Sisters Series; each book features one of the group of girlfriends.

Florence is the last single girl of the group and she has secretly crushed on friend, Sonny. However, Sonny is quite the dolt and doesn’t realize how Florence feels. When she realizes her lust is unrequited she jumps at the overseas assignment she has been offered.

Her dalliance with British film star, Casper, leads to nothing but sorrow and pain. His charm expired as soon as the conquest was secured. Back to the States Flo goes, where she hopes to hide from her violent ex-lover and avoid life in general.

I haven’t read the prior books so I’m not invested in any of the characters. Jumping in on book four left me feeling the characters were one dimensional, so I’d recommend starting the series with book one to get the full flavor of the main character. The story layout is interesting and well-paced. Finding Love is a worthy read for fans of the series.


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