The ocean is my heart. My first love. A part of who I am. That doesn’t mean I trust it. It’s too vast, too wild.
I’ve decided that I’m going to be honest and say that I struggled through this book a little–but it’s not entirely the author’s fault. For one, I just thought the characters were a little young for me. If I were ten years younger I’m sure I would have enjoyed it more. Instead, I kind of found myself breezing through it, trying not to cringe at the heroine. I did, however, enjoy reading about the hero’s struggles, which is really the only thing that saved this one for me.
Honestly, as the author’s first book, it’s a great start. As someone who just began self-publishing in the last two years, I know how hard it is. I can definitely say that I would give another book of hers a shot in the future… if the age range is a little more appropriate, that is.
If you want to read it and decide for yourself, instead of taking my word for it, snag a copy on Amazon.
Thank you to Enticing Journey Book Promotions for providing me with the eARC.