Wednesday, November 30

Review: Love’s Road Home by Lisa Lewis

Loves Road Home

Title: Love’s Road Home

By: Lisa Lewis

Publisher: Black Lyon Publishing (April 28th, 2011)

My Copy: Review Ebook from Author

BookWhisperer Rating: 4 button copy - Copy

About the book:

She wanted to settle down.
But he was on his way up ...
A normal life? Bethany Miller has no idea what that is, but she wants it. After spending too much time on an ex-boyfriend only interested in pinning his crimes on her, she accepts a loathsome roadie job from her road manager father. Still running from her chaotic past, she meets an altogether new thing to avoid-a gorgeous brown-eyed man who seems about as far from "normal" as she can imagine.
Teetering on the edge of stardom, guitarist Tom Crowley makes music his number one priority now that his band's first major tour is underway. So why is more and more of his attention sidetracked by his less than friendly crew member? Can't a love life coexist with a life on the road? When Beth's vengeful ex escapes police custody, Tom's protective nature and attraction know no bounds-if only he can get Beth to stop running.

Reviews Plate Love’s Road Home is a dreamy romance. It is easy to fall in love with Beth and Tom. Tom is a rising country rock star, and Beth is the daughter of there manager. His southern drawl with lure readers into his intoxicating personality. Beth on the other hand is trying to recuperate from a disastrous relationship that almost ended with her a prison sentence. Working as a stage hand for Roadhouse was only temporary, and a means to hide from her shadowed past. When these character met is a like a tidal wave that will take readers by surprise. They compliment one another in every sense of the word, and readers will be silently cheering them on from the start. It was wonderful to see the change in her character as Tom helps her to overcome her dark past, and embrace the spark between them. The twist offering her a bit of the lime light was a perfect addition to the building story, and I fell deeper in love with Tom character for the adoration and pride that he takes from sharing a stage. This is a wonderful romance, and a I look forward to finding more from this author.

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