Thursday, August 18, 2016

ARC: Geronimo - Melissa Pearl (Songbird #8)

Published Date: August 18, 2016
Genre: Romance
Synopsis: Jane is on a mission of self-discovery. Having lost the love of her life in a horrific motorcycle accident on their wedding day, she’s been a shell of the woman she once was. Learning to live without Blake is going to take more than just waking up each morning. So, she leaves for England to return to the place it all ended, in the hopes of figuring out how to negotiate life on her own. What she doesn’t expect, is to meet Harry Tindal, and for the hunky Brit to present her with a surprising proposition.

Harry never intended to approach the red-haired beauty when she stepped into the pub, but the music drew his feet her way and before he knew it, he’d struck up a conversation with the fascinating woman, only to discover they were on similar missions. Trying to escape his painful past, Harry decides to step out of his comfort zone and invite Jane to join him for a fortnight of no regrets.

“No sex. No histories. No awkward conversations. Just two people living life to the max for two weeks. Then we say adios, thanks for a good time, and go our separate ways.”

Jane can’t resist, and the couple embark on a journey of faith, that soon turns into something neither of them expected. As hearts unfurl, truths rise to the surface and the couple must decide if they’re able to risk love once more and hand their hearts to someone new.

In the previous Songbird novel, we got a glimpse in Jane's life. It was absolutely heartbreaking because she lost the one she loved. It was treacherous of Melissa Pearl to yank away such a young couple apart. But this Songbird novel, you will need to forgive the aforementioned author.

Both Jane and Harry are absolutely broken but you love how well their broken pieces come together to make the one perfect couple. They planned to be separate after the trip -- No sex, awkward histories, conversations, and killing your bucket list. 

The Songbird novels, I am sure of this, will be the death of me because Pearl knows how to pull on the heart strings and make you feels even though you shouldn't. 

So a good 4 out of 5 stars for Jane and Harry and their impeccable love story. 

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