Σάββατο, 28 Φεβρουαρίου 2015

Finding Haven by T.A. Foster







Power. Money. Control. Love.
He has all but one.


When movie star, Evan Carlson, discovers his girlfriend’s picture with another man splashed on the cover of gossip magazines, he decides he’s had enough of his fishbowl life and attempts to outrun the media frenzy his relationships have become. Driving until the road stops, he ends up on the remote and quaint Perry Island, where a heartthrob can blend in like the locals and be a beach bum as long as he wants. All that changes when Evan meets Haven Owen, aspiring songwriter and the girl he just can’t get enough of. A summer romance turns into something much deeper and Evan gets tangled in his own web of lies to keep Haven in his life. But when his ex tracks him down, Evan learns there are some things you just can’t outrun.


Is the cost of love, losing all control?


Recommended for 17+ due to mature language and adult situations.




**3.5 Darlin' stars**


Evan is a well known Texan actor and a super star. Being fed up by the press who intrudes in his life, after a personal matter hits the fan, he decides to get lost and stay hidden. Without a clear plan on his mind, he drives until he reaches Perry Island. There , he is relieved that no one recognizes him and makes a plan to change his identity, claiming that he's Jay the writer. For him this is a chance to live incognito a peaceful summer and a break away from publicity.


Haven is a girl who has a plan. Being a student and living on her own away from her hometown, she's now dying to get away from Perry Island, where her family owns the local market. A market that will be hers in the future. A future she wants to run away from, because Haven has a passion for music and she wants to become a songwriter.


Due to a personal conflict one day she needs desperately a clerk to work in the store and there comes Jay, the handsome writer, who is willing to save the day.


Finding Haven was a summer story that I enjoyed, it just didn't blow me away. I liked the storyline, even though it reminded me of a classic chick flick kind of movie. I have to admit that I didn't really enjoy the first 25% of the book, because it seemed slow and because the MCs hadn't really met, so it kind of felt boring to me. But after that thankfully things got better and I enjoyed the rest of the book. The ending felt like it could make an opening for a sequel and I was glad when I found out that, indeed, there's another book with the continuation of their story. I will read that one, because I liked Jay and I'm curious to see how their story will unfold on the Red Lines.


Copy kindly provided by author in exchange for an honest review.

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