Feels Like Home

Dakota Harrison. Tule, $3.99 e-book (248p) ISBN 978-1-9525-6007-1
Harrison (Exhale) launches her promising With Love, From Kurrajong Crossing series with this emotional second chance romance. Baker Cat Van Alden never expected to see Zac Hart, her childhood friend and teenage crush, again. Now a rock star, Zac is beloved across Australia—but not in Kurrajong Crossing, his hometown, where he’s widely blamed for the death of Cat’s younger sister. Zac has been sending apology letters to Cat, the only woman he’s ever loved, for years to no avail, and seizes the opportunity of his brother’s wedding to apologize in person, even if it means facing down the judgmental Kurrajong Crossing townsfolk. When Zac shows up in Cat’s cupcake shop, his presence knocks her off-balance, as does the truth of what happened to her sister. Harrison expertly tugs at the heartstrings through Zac and Cat’s emotional backstory, but readers will wish that their present-day romance developed at a faster clip as their mutual pining drags on. Still the well-wrought characters are sure to satisfy romance fans. Readers will look forward to the next in the series. (July)
Reviewed on : 04/16/2020
Genre: Romance/Erotica
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