Sunday, May 15, 2016

Rewind & Go by Nancy Corrigan

Title:  Rewind & Go
Series:  Sander's Valley #1
Author:  Nancy Corrigan
Publication Date:  May 24/16 (1st published November 14/14)
Length:  202pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★★
Book Links: GoodreadsAmazon(US)Amazon(CA)

Back Cover Blurb:

Sometimes moving on means taking a step back.

Kyle Sander is an expert at starting over. At eighteen, he had his whole life planned out—marry his long-time girlfriend, take over his parents’ farm, have kids, and live out his days in Sander’s Valley. But his perfect life came screeching to a halt the day Ronnie Axel skipped town without a good-bye.

A decade later, the little rich girl he’d loved is back, looking sexier than ever. Finally, he has the chance to work her out of his system. Too bad he’s never been able to separate sex and love when it comes to Ronnie.

This time, their connection is stronger than ever. Unfortunately, the years apart didn’t fix their issues. Ronnie’s obligation to the Axel fortune threatens to tear them apart a second time. But it’s the family scandal involving her that might make their separation not only permanent, but…deadly.

My Review:

What an intriguing novella. Corrigan introduces us to Sanders Valley, allowing us to picture it and get to know the way of life there. At the same time, she tells a captivating story about two lovers coming back together. This is an emotional and enlightening story. Corrigan’s writing style meshes perfectly with the storyline of the novella. This story may have been short and sweet, but it was also captivating.

The characters in this novella were fairly well developed. Corrigan develops them in the here and now, using their pasts to build character. They are the type of real, genuine individuals that routinely make you laugh and question their decision making skills, even though you understand where they’re coming from. It was a unique approach that worked very well with the story. I also appreciated the supporting cast. They were developed in and of their role in the story, without ever infringing on the main characters. You also get a hint as to those we’ll be getting to know better throughout the series.

I loved this book from the disclaimer in the forward matter to the very last page. It is definitely one of the best second chance romances I’ve read. It is a great launch for this new series & I can’t wait to read more.

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