Romance Book Review: Written In Stone

Author: Viviane Brentanos
ISBN: 978-1-926931-26-5
Genre: Contemporary Romance/ Erotica/ M-M/ M-F
Publisher: Muse It Up Publishing


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After being dumped by the groom, Cassie decides to go on her honeymoon anyway. Desponent about her situation she finds solice with a man who she meets on her stay. James is taking a break from his partner. He needs to decide if it is time to make a committment, but he isn't sure he really wants to. After he meets Cassie, he realizes that he has finally met his soulmate, but he still really loves his partner.

There is so much to this story. It is filled with so much emotion you feel for all those involved, even James' partner, who at times isn't really all that likable. Just when you think you know what James' decision will be, something happens to change his mind, again.

Very well written with a lot of twists.


Description:
Dumped five days before her wedding.

Cassandra Hall decides not to waste the honeymoon.  She sets off to London. What was supposed to be her dream week turns into a nightmare time of introspect, self-doubt. Then she meets James, literally falling at his feet in an attempt to save his Afghan hound from colliding head on with the traffic.

James is witty, charming, too good-looking and also--not available. Despite this, Cassie is captivated by him. What follows is a week of fun, companionship and a bonding that Cassie has never experienced.

James, sensing Cassie’s unhappiness, goes out of his way to make up for her jerk of a fiancĂ©’s rejection.  He is drawn to her vulnerability--something he finds disturbing, threatening to shatter all he thought he knew about himself.  Cassie, he senses, is falling in love with him. He ought to back away but cannot. Cassie bravely makes her true feelings known and when he rejects her, he knows he has broken her heart. He is left confused, guilty because....James has a secret.


Warning: Adult Content:  Contains some love scenes, including strong references to homosexual practices and some strong language.

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