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4/5 (Very Good)
I received a copy of this book from Xpress Tours in exchange for a fair and honest review.
This story was sweet and depressing. There were ups and downs throughout the story, with a pretty big downer as the beginning, the loss of Jack, Kate’s twin brother. Kate came back from her year in London to mourn and bury her brother. She reconnects with her best friend and ex-lover, Noah. There are definitely feelings still there but can they get back their history and past to move forward?
This story was a fairly quick read but an intriguing read at the same time. The story line flowed incredibly well and it was easy to keep up with what was going on. I’d say that the characters were developed well and the history of the characters were explained well enough to not need more of a back story. There is a cloud of mystery that surrounds a few of the characters and I definitely hope that the author expands on those characters in future books.
I appreciate that the author takes the time to express the grief that all parties are feeling towards the loss of Jack. The feelings are expressed well and seem to be relayed in a natural way with a natural feeling of healing and for some, the lack there of. I appreciated the way that she wrote Jared’s character in the book and the feelings he was dealing with after being in the car with Jack when he died. Rather than portraying him to be a “bad” person as she very well could have done, she made him a real person with real emotions unlike other books I have read.
This was an all-around good read and I think it would be a good story for you to pick up and read!
Howard sets the foundation of the book very quickly within the very first chapter in the book and fortifies it in the details to follow. The main character, Kate is in the midst of attending the funeral for her twin brother, Jack. His death was incredibly sudden, the result of getting behind the wheel after a few too many to drink with some friends on a regular evening. The tension that soon follows appears when Noah, the male protagonist, Jack’s best friends and Kate’s former lover appears. We don’t have to wait long to understand how deep the roots of complexity run between these two, and it leaves you wondering how this tale will wind up. It is the sort of plot that pulls you in from the very beginning and doesn’t let go until you have read the last sentence, and even then the story lingers with you.
I very much enjoyed the character structure in this book. Each character whether main or supporting was thoroughly thought out and had its own purposeful arch in the story. Without one of these characters, the story would not have been the same, which is a sign of great storytelling. There were no meaningless characters or filler scenes that could have been left out. Every word served the furthering of the plot. The writing style was very easy to read and quite heart wrenching. The prose was so well constructed that there were moments that a single sentence sent goosebumps up my arms and a chill down my spine. The dialogue fit each character but was not so casual that is was difficult to believe. Everything in this book was as it should be.
Overall I give this book 5 out of 5 stars. This was a very easy read and one that I will not soon forget. The words were weaved together in seamless harmony and with great elegance. I appreciate the style in which this was written and the reality that this work created. The characters are not only believable, but are relatable which in turn makes them lovable. This is the first book in the Moore Crossing Series and I hate that I have to wait until the next one releases until I can find out what happens next.
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