Brenda Novak is definitely one of my all-time favorite romance authors. Her novels speak for themselves. The characters’ and their dilemmas pack enough action, romance, and intrigue to last long after the final page has been read. I have always found myself lost inside the beautiful world of fiction and, in this newest world by Brenda Novak, I couldn’t resist. The temptation to read more by her is a thirst that needs to be constantly quenched. I have heard so much about this new novel, Discovering You, in newsletters and everywhere else on the web. Now – after having read the entire book in print form – I have to say I loved it. As always, Brenda Novak doesn’t disappoint. Discovering You is all about the bad boy theme: hot and irresistible. A young woman has made mistakes in her past as a result of hanging with the wrong crowd. What she doesn’t know is that it will come back to destroy her happily ever after. A family of three is now a family of two. Mother and daughter must now leave and make a home for themselves – far away where they will be safe. But is safety from a dangerous ex (who has been let loose) going to work? This danger, the fear of losing her daughter to her in-laws, and the romantic chemistry she feels with her bad boy neighbor (who is leaving India feeling torn and worn out) creates an addicting mixture of danger and romance. Brenda Novak always creates a juicy read that will tug at readers’ hearts and leave them falling in love. Sweet, romantic, and highly entertaining, Discovering You is by far a definite must read for all. The talented writer has, once again, left another unforgettable legacy behind for readers everywhere to enjoy. Overall, I highly recommend this new contemporary romance to everyone.
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|Page Count||400 pages|
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