Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Title: Love Of Truth
Author: C.T. Oliver
Rating: 2 Shooting Stars

For the next eleven days all Amelia Adler wants is a nice relaxing vacation on the beach. All she’ll do is drink pineapple margaritas and read sexy steamy romance novels. She doesn’t want to think about the stress of her daily life nor the fact that she doesn’t know what to do with her life. 

Craig Patrice just wants to spend his last spring break catching wave after waves during the day in the Pacific Ocean, and relax as much as he can at night. This is his last break before finishing law school and starting at a firm this upcoming summer. He has no desire for a fling or a girlfriend. All he wants is to buckle down and finish this year off right. That is until he gets a glimpse of his vacationing neighbor, and for the life of him, he can’t look away. 

Though Craig and Amelia are somewhat reluctant for a relationship, they seem to find comfort in one another and can’t let go of each other. Finding romance on vacation is one thing, but can their relationship withstand the demand of real life and once their past catches up with them will believing in each other’s truth save their future.

Note: Contains adult content.

Amelia is on vacation at her uncle's house at the beach. All she wants is to just relax, with her dog Larry. She never thought she would be interested in the sexy next door neighbor. But once they each get a look at each other, it's an instant attraction. But they both feel more than that as well. 

This book started out really good. I was really interested, and thought it would be a very enjoyable romance. It was up until almost the end. I really hated how all of a sudden something comes out of know where and messes things up between Amelia and Craig. I was really frustrated with this, and with the thing in the very end. It just didn't really make a whole lot of sense, and to me it made the book somewhat dumb. So if there is a next book, I won't be reading it. And I ended up not really liking this one because of the ending as well. Other wise I really loved the heroine Amelia. She was seriously awesome. I loved her sweet personality, and the fact that Craig was head over heals for her. But I was so disappointed with the ending.

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