Friday, August 19, 2011
Romance Book Review: Life, Suddenly
Digital ISBN: 9781616502997
Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance
Publisher: Lyrical Press
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On the day of her failed wedding day Tala meets up with the man she left behind in high school. Listening to her family she left Craig when they were 18 years old because he wasn't part of her Native American Culture. Now Tala has a chance to spend some time with Craig after all these years.
When Craig finds out that Tala is getting married, he decides to try one last time to get the love of his life. When he finds out Tala's wedding is off he takes the chance to see if there is a future together.
Sandra Sookoo mixes a little lesson in Native American mythology and story telling with her latest short novel. Well written erotic quick read.
Sometimes lift takes a sharp left turn when you're expecting a right
Tala Henderson's Native American roots play an important part in her life. When her family pressures her to give up the one man she could love, the pain she feels makes her realise she can no longer afford to let anything, even her culture, determine her destiny.
Craig Wordell's world comes crashing down when Tala breaks off their relationship. A small town boy who makes it, he never forgets, or forgives, the one who got away. He wants one more chance, and tracks her down on the day of her sham wedding.
Fifteen years of passion cannot be denied but when a simple misunderstanding threatens their tentative trust, it will take acceptance and love from both before they come to terms with the fact that life can take some surprising turns.