Sunday, February 3, 2013

The Way Back To Me by K.L. Conlon & T.D. Waesch

I was really glad I could participate in the tour from CBL Blog Tours 

Title: The Way Back To Me
Author: K.L. Conlon & T.D. Waesch
Release Date: November 18th, 2012
Publisher: Self-Published
Pages: 192
Format: Electronic Copy
Acquired: From Author
Age Group: Very Adult

Lexi Reynolds is facing a game changer. Three years ago, under the insistence of her husband, she walked away from a promising career as a special education specialist with her eyes set on becoming an administrator so that she could be a stay-at-home wife and mother. Now with the demise of her marriage along with her self-esteem and heart, Lexi must face the task of building a new life.

Layla Karsten is not one to sit idly on the side lines. Seeing the crushed spirit of her sister, Lexi, she is bound and determined to push her sister back in life....even if it means tapping into Lexi's inner slut to do it.

This was interesting. A little different than what I was normally use to, since in the other readings the women were not going through the changes that Lexi was, but it was still interesting.

Lexi is a newly divorced 39 year old mother who is on the search for herself and with the help of her sister, Layla, she is about to search for who she is. This includes a makeover and some spicy relationships.

This brings in Patrick Dane, a retired police officer, and a sexy plastic surgeon, Dr. Sebastien Cameron. Dane seems to be the perfect person to bring Lexi out of her funk - sexy and he considers all her needs - but nothing is ever what it seems since Dane's is hiding his own secret. Cameron is next on the list, a divorcee as well, he is on the hunt for a new submissive, which Lexi is willing to fill.

While I'm getting a little bored with all these women "looking for themselves" in another man, I think that the ending went well. It brought the story together and gave Lexi a new man, of course. I didn't fully feel like she was finding herself, even though she expressed how "new" she felt, but that was probably because I didn't feel fully in her head just yet.

Either way this was a quick read with a lot of steam in it to keep the readers wanting more. If there's one thing I have to say about the authors is that they could bring a great story. I feel like it could have been longer and left time for more development, but I can't complain too much.


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