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While Jess is enjoying her new-found independence, conflict abounds and a choice needs to be made. Should she forego the beefcake brigade and give the sensitive type a try, or should she give in to the addictive rush she's always felt whenever she's close to Lee?
GREAT STORY ABOUT HURT, FORGIVENESS AND FINIALLY THE TRUTH PREVAILS. AUTHOR KEEPS YOU IN SUSPENSE RIGHT UP TO THE END. PACING GOOD, DIALOGUE AND NARRATIVE GOOD. ENJOY
JACLYN V. DI BONA
I was afraid the heroine would turn into a doormat and almost read the rest of the book, biting my nails and hoping it wouldn't turn i to a wallbanger.
I've never read anything by this author before but she impressed me. She managed to write a fun and light romance but to keep her heroine strong and to also include some serious topics. The heroine and the hero resolved their issues in a satisfactory manner. It was very credible and very well done.
I can really recommend this book!
Jessica and Lee Cassady's life becomes more complicated when they come face-to-face with the realization that their marriage is not as perfect as it should have been. Jess has no doubt that Lee loves her, but his macho posturing has always been a source of irritation to her, and his inability to understand her needs suddenly becomes maddening when she calls his hotel room and a woman answers.
Scarbrough's book is not your ordinary romantic potboiler, for she has combined a wonderful story with some of the problems that many people have to live with on a daily basis. Jess has a hair-pulling condition called Trichotillomania, which is one of many types of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Her book is not only entertaining, but it serves to increase public awareness of this condition, as well as the many others that make some of us `different' from our friends. Having had cancer twice in my lifetime, I am well aware of support groups and what they can mean for someone suffering from afflictions beyond their control. Symmetry is well written, informative, and entertaining, and most important, it might open the eyes of many who are having trouble understanding the behavior of a loved one. The characters are real and the fast moving plot will keep you wanting more, I highly recommend this book and I suggest that you put it on your reading list. Symmetry is a novel you don't want to miss.
This book touched a nerve in me. I know second hand how it feels to be "different". My oldest son has been diagnosed with A.D.H.D, with possible Asperger's Syndrome, and there are days when I think he has O.C.D.
I love the characters and the drama of this book. It is an excellent read! I love how this book brings awareness to those who are "different" or might be labeled "freaks".
Disclaimer: The publisher granted me the book via NetGalley.com, but the opinions are, as usual, my own