Monday, November 13, 2017

Book Review: 'Reunion for the First Time' by K.M. Daughters



Elizabeth Moran is set up for a momentous emotional journey, a journey that a romance reader would not want to miss. With well-developed characters, emotions running high, and high-tension conflicts, this story captivates from the very first page.
Elizabeth, a compassionate philanthropist, Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, and former Peace Corp worker is a friend to treasure. Because a special friend needs her there, she is attending the tenth reunion of her college class, something she has avoided up to now. The memories of things that happened, at her graduation time, still hurt beyond belief.
Her friend Charlie, the still grieving husband of Elizabeth’s dear friend Mariposa, who died of Leukemia, agrees to be her escort during reunion.
I’m convinced, sweet, caring Mariposa whispered from Heaven that he should complete the matchmaking she had started. Charlie, unbeknownst to Elizabeth, sends his brother Jack P. Clark in his place. Elizabeth is furious, but when her one-time fiancĂ©, Wallace Prescott, shows up, Jack outmaneuvers him at every turn. Held close in Jack’s arms as they dance, Elizabeth feels safe, protected from the man she had given her heart and virginity to only to have disappeared from her life.
How Wallace acts and his deceptiveness is hair-raising.
Reunion for the First Time grabs and holds one’s attention with simmering love, twists, surprises emotional obstacles, and an antagonist who really raises one’s ire. Emotions run the gamut from sorrow and anger to ecstasy in this very readable story.






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