Homecoming: (A New Adult Romance) (Love Michaelson Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I found Liam & Ariane to really balance each other out, which--in turn--made me root for their relationship no matter what they ended up doing. It also make me curious as to what will come next in this series, as this novel was written (it seemed) like a stand-alone.
I do recommend this novel to those who enjoy contemporary NA romances that have a little fantasy thrown in! =0)
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Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Sadly one of those reads that just did nothing for me. I didn’t like ( or dislike) Ariane, she was so bland there seemed to be nothing of her, or Liam. I couldn’t believe in the insta love, or their actions that followed. There were so many plots that it was a kind of blunderbuss effect, throw everything and hope something hits...the characters too – there seemed to be every stereotype possible there, addicts, alcoholics, adulterers, brash loud girls, quiet shy girls, bullies, sick family memebers – you name it and someone was it. As a popular actor he was papped at the airport and yet able to stay without security or problems in the tiny family home...and go into town unmolested?
I couldn’t get over the painting part either – she hasn’t painted for months, yet he gets sent pics of new ones (why? he doesn’t seem to be an art fan otherwise and what's the other guy doing snooping in the cupboards of someone else home anyway?) , she paints in thick oils yet is able to hide them in a cupboard the moment they are finished. as an artist I can tell you categorically thick oils stay tacky for months, weeks at least when used with a quick drying agent. It was so many little things like that which irritated me, so added to the fact I really didn’t care what happened to them both it’s a fail for me. Sorry. but there it is, not everyone likes everything.
Stars: One and a half, I didn’t totally hate it, its an interesting premise and could have been good if treated differently. Sadly it wasn’t .
ARC supplied via Netgalley and publishers
This was a lovely New Adult Romance and had a hint of supernatural and ancestry history mixed in.
Ariane has just broken up with a boyfriend who thought it was cool to break up over email. Her older sister Jordan is getting married, and despite needing to get over being dumped and why she should care more that more that she got dumped - Ariane meets Liam the hot actor who is a best friend to the groom.
Ariane is also a very talented artist whose art never leaves her mothers home. Behind her back, Todd (the groom), has been sending photos of her art to Liam, since it helps him cope with the awful Hollywood life.
Liam, seeing what the women in Hollywood says to Ariane and how they treat her, decides he wants different for her and himself. He helps her art become public - and for others to see what he sees.
While all this is going on - preparations for the wedding are still under way and the bride is quite demanding that Ariane meet a new man. Little do they know...there is already a man in her life who does not want to let her go.....
***This ARC copy is free from Netgalley.com and given in exchange for review purposes.