Format: eBook, Paperback
About a week ago, my friend Krista Sandor’s novel The Road Home made it’s debut. You can take a look at the Book Blitz I posted here. I also want to mention that I became friends with her through an Author Hop that very same week. So even though we’ve only become friends a short while ago, I know we will have a long lasting friendship. I am honestly sitting here bouncing up and down because I’m excited about getting the paperback version of the book. LIKE OMgosh. I can feel my inner child coming out. THANK YOU SO MUCH KRISTA!
About the Author
Before we get to the review I wanted to let you know about Krista. If there’s one thing Krista Sandor knows for sure, it’s that romance saved her. After she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2015, her world turned upside down. During those difficult first days, her dear friend sent her a romance novel. That kind gesture provided the escape she needed and ignited her love of the genre. Inspired by the strong heroines and happily ever afters, Krista decided to write her own romance series. Today, she is an MS Warrior and living life to the fullest. When she’s not writing, you can find her running 5Ks and chasing after her growing boys in her adopted home of Denver, Colorado.
*I received this novel for free to base my review on. Even though this is a sponsored post, all opinions are all mine and true.*
WELCOME TO LANGLEY PARK
Just a stone’s throw from Kansas City, this quaint town will draw you in with its charming homes and inviting town center. But don’t let the picturesque façade fool you. Langley Park harbors buried secrets and the whispers of lost love.
You can outrun a lot of things. The truth is not one of them.
Jenna Lewis has spent the last fourteen years lying about her past, but all that changes when a family emergency calls her back to the quaint town of Langley Park. Her plan is to get in and get out as quickly as possible, but things become complicated when she comes face-to-face with her lost childhood love who is struggling with his own demons. While neither wants to admit their connection is still lightning-hot. The intensity of their attraction is too strong to deny.
But not everything is as it seems.
Unsettling events begin to occur, threatening not only Jenna’s second chance at love but her very life. Will she survive what lies ahead? Can her heart navigate the road home?
I can relate a lot to Jenna’s home life when she was a child. Sometimes not wanting to go home because things were bad at home. The chaos of not being good enough, the yelling and screaming my parents use to do came tumbling back to me. Jenna is alike that as well; At the beginning of the book she had a bit of an anxiety attack when her memories resurfaced.
Jenna is also a teacher and helps kids learn how to read. I remember when I was younger it was a pain for me because I didn’t like to read out loud to the class as I stumbled a lot over the words. I like the fact that she takes the time with the students and helps them at their own pace, and makes it fun.
The Road Home has a bit of mystery/suspense involved too. For myself I love the fact that it has that. It is also very well written and I was able to follow along with it. I honestly can’t wait for the next in the series to come out.
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