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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Review: Neighborly Complications

Welcome everyone to another big week on the Writer's Revolution. I am your host, the author of The Phoenix Blade, Andrew Hess. Today I wanted to take the time to review an incredible book written by one of our previous guests Anne Conley.

Neighborly Complications

The story takes place in a little town called Serendipity Texas. Claire, a woman reeling from catching her boyfriend cheating on her, has inherited property from her uncle that has recently passed. She arrives at the property and sees the house is in dire need of being fixed up. As she began clearing out the trash from the house, Claire stumbles and falls into an old dried up well. She struggles to keep herself from falling and cries out for help. Max, Claire's new next door neighbor, hears her cries and rushes to her aid.

There is a mutual attraction between Claire and Max; although neither of them want to admit it out loud. There is an intense connection between them which can be felt throughout the story. Each have their own baggage they bring to the table and has a constant back and forth battle with each other from the beginning and an even tougher battle with their own emotions.

The book has a great story to it. The chemistry between Claire and Max was great and had you wanting them to find a way to let go of their baggage and fall in love and had you wondering if they ever would.

There were definitely some moments where I wish the author gave us a little more beyond the two main characters by showing more of their friends and how they interact with them and even a bit more action and story with the movers. But the story was riveting, exciting and had me glued to it from beginning to end. I loved the progression of Claire and Max.

This is a true must read for romance readers and I for one look forward to reading more from Anne Conley.

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