Conflicted on 5th Avenue was a richly enchanting tale of learning to trust again after you've been burned by someone you love. Learning to open your heart again after the love of your life is tragically taken away in the prime of life, leaving you with a deep hole inside your heart.
This was a beautiful story of learning to let the past go and embrace what the future brings. It was beautifully written, had me in tears at some places, and laughing in others. What I loved the most about the story is how real it felt for me. The feelings of loss, regret, anger, hurt, insecurity, fear of the unknown, and being hopelessly in love with someone who seems a bit intense.
Abbie St. Claire has outdone herself with this book.
5 STARS: Nicole, GoodReads
Abbie St. Claire has done a beautiful job once again with her new series. This book is wonderfully written and I loved it. Ian is a widower who is living his life day to day . He lost the love of his life. Now a new opportunity is presented him. He is conflicted to take it. How will this affect his son? Chelsea is a wounded soul. Betrayed by the one who you should be able trust with all your soul. As this story progresses these two learn they have to let the past go in order to move forward. They must learn to communicate, love and trust once again. This story is so full of emotion and you can connect with them at some point in the book. You get angry, cry, laugh and get worried as what is going to happen next. I can not wait for the next installment of this story. I want to see how Ian and Chelsea grow and flourish as a couple. Abbie has really out done herself with this book. I give this book 5 star's.