Monday, November 24, 2014

REVIEW: Coming Home to Love by Katie O'Boyle

With his health deteriorating and his spirit dying, Justin Cushman has come home to Tompkins Falls in the Finger Lakes to assist his injured nephew Joel. Sick of accumulating wealth for its own sake, Justin knows that his life is meaningless without a loving relationship and a purpose for his billions. On a whim, he visits Joel’s spa, looking for a massage to relieve his pain. Gianessa Dupioni is a gifted masseuse who knows what ails Justin, and she starts him on a journey of health and happiness. Too bad for Justin that Gianessa is devastated by personal losses and strictly focused on rebuilding her career. Justin may be a master strategist in the financial world, but can he persuade Gianessa to let love in?

Katie O'Boyle

Born in the upstate-New York village known as the Birthplace of Women’s Rights, Katie O’Boyle loves the Finger Lakes in every season. She enjoys lunch with friends at charming inns, and she cherishes the lakeside porch as a place for intimate sharing, laughter, and inspiration. To the outside world, she is a tech-savvy college professor. In her soul, she is a passionate author of warm-hearted romance. She is hard at work on book four of the Lakeside Porches romance books and novellas.

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First of all I would like to thank Reading Addiction Blog Tours for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review, but I would also like to take a second to apologies that I didn't get this up on the date we'd agreed on. I ended up having a scheduling conflict with work and was not able to get to it in time. So again I apologies to Katie O'Boyle for not getting this up on time. 

Ok I am not going to lie, at first I did have a bit of trouble to read this book, I think part of that was a part of the subject matter. But it was also what makes this book so real. What Gianessa, Justin, Joel and many of the other characters in this book deal with is real, and something that not many authors are brave enough to write into a book, So for that I applaud Ms. O'Boyle for being brave enough to do. 

Now Justin is a bit of an ass, but at the same time he can be very sweet and wonderful with Gianessa. I loved the history behind the area where they are at. Gianessa is a strong character, with a great head on her shoulders, even if there are times when she wasn't always so wonderful. I did find myself crying towards the end of the book, but I think that has a lot to do with the fact that I came to love these characters so much, so when they went through something I went through it along with them. 

Happy Reading... Adri


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