Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Review: Where Love Finds You by Marilyn Grey

Where Love Finds You
by Marilyn Grey

Publisher: Winslet Press
Pages: 158
Format: book
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  Ella and Matthew have many differences, but they share a common goal: to find the one person they are meant to spend their lives with.

Years ago, Ella Rhodes looked across a crowded cafe and saw the man she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. She left her number, but he never called. Wondering if he somehow missed the note on the back of the receipt, she spent her twenties waiting for this man to walk into her life again. After all this time, will Ella finally discover “the one” she’s been waiting for? Or, after being sent on various blind dates, will she give her heart to someone else?

Meanwhile, Matthew Ryan breaks up with his long-time girlfriend. Searching his heart he wonders if there is really a “one” for every person, or if there is simply a good, better, and best. Where does Lydia, the girl who would do anything for him, fit into the story of his life? Confused, Matthew sets out to explore his options and find the love he’s been looking for his entire life. Will he find love before it’s too late or will he lose everything?

Kritters Thoughts:  Marilyn Grey introduces this group of friends and acquaintances through the eyes of one male and one female.  Ella Rhodes opened a coffee shop in hope of running into one of its former employees whom she thinks is the LOVE of her life.  Matthew is having a hard time committing to his long time girlfriend and needs a push in either direction.

Quite a few dramatic moments which made me feel like I was reading a soap opera.  There were a things that came out of left field, kind of liked something out of nowhere in a dramatic book as that usually happens during mystery/thrillers.  There is quite a turn with 10 pages left and it made the ending go in a completely different direction!

The one thing that kept me puzzled through this book was the amount of time the boys spent talking about love and relationships.  For me it didn't seem real, I am just unsure as to how much time the men in my life really speak about those two topics.  

The first in a series from Marilyn Grey and I was excited to try out this new author, especially after my mom raved about the first three!  You will see my reviews of the next two in the series over the next two days.  

Rating: perfect beach read

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from the author.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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