Saturday, September 11, 2010

Review: Corvette Confessions by Stacy Dawn

Corvette Confessions by Stacy Dawn

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Class of '85 Series

Have you ever been in the right place at the wrong time?

Dumped at the senior spring dance, AJ, who’d always been more into softball and shop class than cheerleading and pep squad, escaped the crowd to mope in the Corvette on loan to the class for the semester. When Greg Roberts unexpectedly joined her, his attempts to cheer her worked—too well. She might have even confessed her love that night if Greg’s longtime girlfriend hadn’t come looking for him.

Twenty-five hard years later, forced to come to the reunion by her best friend, AJ escapes back to her favorite class, only to find the exact Corvette—a little worn and faded—sitting right where she’d left it. Fond memories turn into reality when Greg shows up at her driver’s side window again—and déjà vu takes on a whole new meaning.

Clare’s Review:

Her high school reunion was the last place AJ wanted to be. Escaping the crush as soon as she can she retreats to the one place she enjoyed in school--the shop. Only to have history repeat itself when she finds the same corvette there and Greg Roberts appears.

Ms. Dawn's characters are delightful and well grounded as the story unfolds in the front seat of the corvette, which is as much a character and personality in it's own right. I loved the description of the memories being kept in the box, which is gradually prised open as the conversation moves over the last twenty-five years. Written in the first person from AJ's pov, we still get as much emotion from Greg from his actions and expressions, as we do from AJ. A quick read, it is a powerful a story as some longer ones.

4 Tea Cups!

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