Hello Everyone and welcome. Today, I am sharing my review for Renee MacKenzie’s ‘Pausing’. For those of you who don’t know her, she was here on 12-May-17 for an interview. You can read it by clicking the below link. Her new book is doing very well on Amazon and one that I know you’re going to enjoy. Read on.
The story is set in Naples Florida. There are three main characters – Jordy, Liza, and Kiera. The first woman, Jordy, works in a criminal mental hospital and takes her job very seriously. No one crosses her during working hours. She really cares about the clients and extends her heart out to the community by using her talents.
However, she looks to the past for answers, which may or may not be a good thing. Her character draws out the readers emotions with her insecurities. At one point, I was angry with her over something she did. At the same time, I had to remember that this was needed for the direction of the story, not to mention add some ravishing drama.
Next is Liza, whom in my eyes, is a little girl in a grown woman’s body. She loves to overstep other people’s boundaries and not seem to care. She is sneaky and never accepts no for an answer. She’s the one who will call you at 6:00 a.m. on a Sunday morning just because. Her role is brilliant. It created intense stimulation for everyone. She drove me crazy. I couldn’t wait to turn the page.
Kiera’s family owns a family business and she is very successful. She is forced to make a choice and soon finds herself rather isolated. She takes action and reaches out. Her tender heart draws the best out in people and with the difficult ones she makes an effort to just be kind. I could imagine her speaking in a soft, but direct tone, while maintaining a gentle vibe.
At the same time, she’s dealing with her own family issues. Although she is able to maintain a positive outlook, I could clearly see her sorrow and friction. I give her credit for being such a strong woman during these circumstances. Well done!
I was also impressed with another particular scene (find where). Both women’s feelings are explored. Anticipation of how they were going to come off to the other was a main factor. This totally touched my heart and I felt how special it was.
If you love sensual scenes, this is the story for you. The love is clearly there and the author shows us the emotional attachment. Be prepared to be swept away. It was sexy as the lovers flirted with each other throughout. It will make you starry-eyed and feel the passion of the players.
I applaud the author for providing history and fun things about the city of Naples. Her descriptions made me want to go there to visit. She includes many special moments that further expressed the love whether it be people, places, or things. These added depth and intrigue to the story.
There are more page turning parts to keep you on your toes. The story is well written and believable. I wouldn’t recommend squeezing it in during breaks, Instead, devote a few hours so you can savor the full flavor without interruptions. Enjoy.
Jordy got a beer from the fridge and popped off the top. She took a sip of the Killian’s, and then turned to go back into the living area. She stopped at the corner of the kitchen countertop and watched Keira standing by the front window. In silhouette, she was perfectly curved. Jordy wanted to take her in her arms and make love to her, but knew it was too soon. She didn’t want to mess things up by moving too quickly.
The sound of piano came out of the speakers, and Keira stiffened. Jordy stood and watched as Keira grew rigid. Charlie Puth’s voice filled the room as he sang the opening to “See You Again.”
Jordy took several steps in Keira’s direction when she saw Keira’s shoulders heave. Keira turned then and Jordy saw the tears running down her face.
“Hey,” Jordy whispered when she stepped closer and pulled Keira into an embrace. “Hey, what’s wrong?”
“Can you just hold me, just like this, just for a minute?” Keira asked into Jordy’s neck.
“Yes. Yes, of course.”
Stay tuned for next time as I will be sharing another book review with you. If you love modern western romance, you’re going to love Ali Spooner’s ‘Back in the Saddle.’
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