Friday, February 1, 2013
Romance Book Review: Lucy Oliver's Winter Storms
Author: Lucy Oliver
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Crimson Romance
In Lucy Oliver's debut novel, Carly hurt her leg and became disabled in a boating accident two years ago. The accident took her dreams away of sailing on an Olympic sailing team and at the same time she lost the love of her life. Since then she's turned her life around and started a new business in her home town.
Daniel has decided to come home for Christmas and get his life back. He isn't sure that Carly will ever forgive him and get back the relationship they once had, but it is worth a try because he can't truly love another woman.
Making their way back together is going to take everything they have.
Very emotional story of a young couple working out their problems, while trying to accept their shortcomings.
Two years ago Carly Roberts split from her lover, Daniel Edwards, after he caused a terrible sailing accident that cost her both the use of her right leg and her Olympic dreams. Unable to watch his climb to double Olympic success, she stayed in the Cornish village they grew up in, while he travelled the world.
Racked with guilt, knowing he destroyed her future, Daniel has finally returned home to make amends. But he didn’t expect to fall in love with her again.
Carly has her own life now and it doesn’t include him. She can’t forgive him for the catastrophic injuries that changed her life. While the storms of a Cornish winter lash their village home, can Daniel persuade her to give him a second chance?