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Thursday, February 4, 2010

Book Review: Reasons by Tracy Fabre

Reasons by Tracy Fabre
Genre: Adult Fiction
Release Date: Available Now
Publisher: Publishing
Pages: 224
Received From: Publicist

Summary: Delphi Brent, seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident as a teenager, is ready to spend the summer with old family friends when her parents make a distressing confession: the driver of the car that nearly killed her was one of the three sons of the Laughlin family she's about to visit. They urge her to stay home and let the past be, but she resolves to go out West anyway to learn the truth about what happened the night she was struck and one of the Laughlin sons died. However, in reconnecting with the Laughlins, who operate a sprawling ranch in Colorado, Delphi learns a lot not only about brothers and families, but also about the reasons people keep secrets, and what to do with the truth once it's uncovered. She also falls in love with one of the Laughlin brothers, and that wasn't part of the plan at all.

My Review: Reasons was a heart warming, fast-paced novel. I'm glad I was approached to review this book or else I would of never heard of it. I quickly became intrigued with the story and enjoyed getting to know the characters. Delphi was a very likable character, she was strong, witty and down right multifaceted. The secrets that she uncovered while visiting the Laughlins did not disappoint me as a reader. I was also interested in the blossoming romance between Delphi and one of Laughlin brothers. I really liked them together, they just seem to have clicked right from the beginning. The book kept my attention for the most part and was an overall entertaining read. I recommend it if you're looking for a light-hearted read with a decent storyline. But, try not to judge by the simple cover, it seriously doesn't do the novel justice.

My Rating: 4.3 out of 5
Author's Info: Tracy Fabre has been writing for years, while toiling in the southern Midwest. This is her second published novel, her first novel was Evan's Castle.

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Anonymous said...

This sounds like a good book. that sucks that she's hurt and someone died. I love books where the girl falls in love with a guy and it wasn't planned! great review!

YA Vampire Books said...

I haven't hear of this one before - but it sounds really good!! I might have to add it to my wish list :)

slommler said...

I too have not heard of this one. I will have to look into it! I am way behind on my reading right now. LOL!

Juju at Tales of said...

Fab review :)

Aths said...

This is the second time I am hearing of this book this week! Great review!

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