Monday, August 16, 2010

Review: Getting it Right by Donna L. Bolk

Getting it Right by Donna L. Bolk

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



The death of a friend in the summer of ’85, changed Tyler Jackson’s life forever. He left his hometown, but a dark secret traveled with him, one which has haunted him for twenty-five years. Tired of trying to outrun yesterday, Tye decides it's time to face his past. Invitation in hand, he heads back to Summerville and the Class of ‘85.

Drew’s Review

Tyler Jackson has many skeletons in his closet. They were put there 25 years ago during the summer of ’85 when one of his closest friends died. Now he is using the excuse of a reunion to go back home and try to get rid of those skeletons, once and for all.

This story is a short one. There are no love scenes so the heat meter for this story is a 1 at best. Unfortunately, there were no emotions to this story. Normally when I read a romance novel, I can feel the character’s emotions. But I could not feel the pain that Tye was supposedly going through. This story was almost told matter-of-factly. I was hoping to shed some tears while reading this, but I never did. In conclusion, I am giving this short story 1 Tea Cup because there needed to be more emotional description.

On a positive note, I could easily predict that Tye and Kelly would end up together, which they did, so this story does have a happy ending.

1 Tea Cup!


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