Coffee and a Review with Love Unfeigned by Nadine Keels

odd_coffee_art_2Happy Monday!  I hope everyone is ready for the new week to begin.  I’m going to start your week off with a great short read.  Love Unfeigned is a great little love story with a big twist.  It’s definitely a refreshing break between books.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  I hope everyone has a great week ahead.

17449184Book Blurb:

From the first time Lorraine, a plucky and competitive girl, contends on the playground against Isaiah, an impish boy whose smile gleams in more ways than one, the two of them can’t help knowing each other. Neither can they avoid passions and misfortunes lining the path to young adulthood, and when the breakup of Isaiah’s family disrupts the haven he’s shared with Lorraine, their natural relationship is eventually threatened by jealousy, grave trauma, and abandonment. As one year follows another, and another, what might it take to reunite these two companions in love: love undeniably real and unbounded by time?

Review:

Ever since Lorraine was in Elementary school Isaiah has been a part of her life.  All the way through til high school when things became very different.  Lorraine tries to put him out of her mind but he was always there even when she was with other men.  It isn’t until they reconnect a few years after high school that their true feelings come out and her secret finally comes out.  Isaiah will soon realize how he affects Lorraine and how he is helping her with her terrible secret.  Can Lorraine and Isaiah finally come together or will what Lorraine is hiding destroy all hope?

I really enjoyed this short read. I read this in one sitting.  The love story between Lorraine and Isaiah was very fun and cute.  You just wanted them to end up together from the beginning.  The characters develop so well in the short novel.  I really loved the back story and how their relationship developed through the years.  Though this novel is short read it is a very fulfilling on.  If you’re looking for a good short read after a long book this is definitely a refreshing novel that you won’t want to put down til the end.  Overall, it is a great novel that you will really enjoy.

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