I enjoy reading, so it's never any real hardship when a friend asks me to do a review. Well, except if the book in question was badly written and even then, I soldier on to the end out of sheer curiosity to see if things improve or not. Bent has no such problem. It is well written, and the characters mesmerize you with their stories and draw you in,
The basic synopsis, without giving anything away, is as follows:
Julia moves back to Wisconsin after her life in Tennessee is totally upended. No sooner has she arrived in Wisconsin, than she remembers that things are a little messy here too. There are some unfinished matters that need taking care of, all them relating to one young man, Micah. Will she be able to find the peace and healing she had looked for .... How dramatic is that?!
It's a great little romance book. Super easy to read, and as I have said before, perfect for curling up in front of the fire with on a cold, dreary afternoon. Or, if you are fortunate enough to live in warmer climes, to lay on the beach with. If you haven't yet, you can purchase Bent on Amazon. The link gives you the Kindle edition but she does have it in old fashioned paperback too.