Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Worlds Apart by Anne Ashby Book Review
Blurb from the book:
New Zealand widow Raven thinks her mother's American fianc is the loveliest man. Visiting his home in Maryland, she unfortunately finds his son is the exact opposite. Greg's animosity and distrust forces Raven into an unpalatable position of safeguarding her mother's happiness. His arrogant assumption his father has been conned by a gold digger enrages Raven and she assumes the mantle to prove him wrong. Soon finding herself attracted to Greg, Raven is certain he's incapable of feeling anything deeper than the lust he makes no attempt to hide. Even if she is wrong about him, she can't extricate herself from her pretence and she's afraid he'll never forgive her deception, her lies. Can he ever understand her reasons for pretending to be engaged to his father? She was his father's fiance, wasn't she? Greg discovers Raven's subterfuge within days of her arrival. His initial enjoyment of her antics quickly palls as his feelings for her deepen. Desperate to bring her lies into the open, he maneuvers her into a situation where she'll be forced to own up, only to have his scheme backfire. But Raven has other secrets. Secrets that could drive Greg away, forever.
I always enjoy a book written by author Anne Ashby! If you are looking to leave your world behind and enter a great romance novel, then her books are always a great choice! Worlds Apart is a great book full of misunderstandings, forgiveness, and learning to let yourself love. I loved Raven and Greg's characters! Raven is spunky and will not allow her family to be judged wrongly. Greg wants to protect his father at all costs. The sparks fly between the two of them even though they are so different and each hiding something from the other. Will Raven and Greg have the courage to come clean and admit to their true feelings? You can cut the sensual tension in this book with a knife, so watch out, there is a whole lot of sizzle in this one! Five stars for a great sensual romance novel!
You can pick this book up via Amazon and Barnes and Noble. You can also pick it up at The Wild Rose Press.
I received this book for free and this is my honest review.
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