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Feature book: Entwined

19 July 2017

Entwined by JC Harroway

This is a beautifully written second-chance at love story. This trope is kept nice and refreshing as it’s set in Wales. I found it to be quite a steamy read. It is the second book in JC Harroway’s ‘Recovery’ series, but can be read as a standalone.

Jess Bellamy is a nurse who is returning home from London to Swansea to attend her cousin Mel’s wedding. She does not want to stay there long and definitely does not want anything to do with her ex; Morgan Price. It has been five years since she has seen him last at her father’s funeral and their breakup. At Mel’s hen’s party she is dared to kiss the next guy to walk in the door. Jess does not expect it be Morgan. She wants to keep him erased from her mind but one mind-blowing kiss unravels everything.

Morgan Price has done quite well for himself after school. He is now the owner of an art gallery. Jess confronts Morgan at his gallery to talk about their past as she does not want to make a scene at the wedding. During this heated exchange you learn that they both still have feelings for each other despite their break up. Learning this, Jess hopes to get Morgan out of her system once and for all.

After getting drunk at the wedding to forget her problems, her dysfunctional relationship with her mother and all the secrets she is keeping, Jess ends up spending the night with Morgan.

Jess makes no secret that she wants nothing to do with her home town and Morgan. Morgan wants to learn why she ran away in the beginning and why she broke his heart. Now Jess must make a big decision in a couple of days, keeping running from her past and hold onto her secrets, or take a chance on love again.

I found the plot line very intriguing as the hero and heroine’s background is given to you in bits and pieces, which keeps you wanting for more. Even though there are a few predictable tropes in this story, I still found it to be quite an enjoyable read.

Reviewed by Juliette

A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher.


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