Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Thursday Afternoon by Beth Rinyu

REVIEWED BY Monique Cashmere 

Thursday AfternoonThursday Afternoon by Beth Rinyu
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Have you ever had a favourite part of the week you most look forward to? This was the case for Bree and Thursday afternoons when she met up with the gorgeous English gentleman, Simon. Bree had a hard exterior due to her circumstances but he was slowly melting that away.

The thing you need to know about a Beth Rinyu book, they are angsty, and she does it well. Monkey wrenches are throw in all directions to keep you on your toes and for added suspense. Sometimes love is more about being selfless and walking away to benefit the other, than staying and causing upheaval. Bree was a true testament to that.

There were some really sweet characters in this book. Bree was a strong woman that deep down just wanted to be loved unconditionally, like us all. Simon was a sexy single dad that had a hot accent to boot. His greatest asset was his faithfulness and supportive nature. His little boy Jack was adorable. And the one that linked them all together, Sister Hannah. She became a great bestie for Bree. I loved the epilogue and am looking forward to seeing the novella for "Hannah".

*I received a copy for an honest review.
**Reviewed for JoandIsaLoveBooksBlog.

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