Sunday, August 7, 2016

The Cherry House by C.J. Carlyon

  The Cherry House
by C.J. Carlyon

My rating: 4.5 stars

Publication Date: June 1, 2016
Publisher: C.J. Carlyon
Genre: Women's Fiction | Romance
Print Length: 154 pages
Available from: Amazon

 
"Two strangers destined to be lovers, making agreements without even speaking; two souls wordlessly making changes, making room, making space, in seconds, you could feel it."

When Austen Soren returns home for the summer to the lush beautiful valley of her childhood it’s with the sense that she can be, will be, anything; accepted into the prestigious Writers’ Workshop her life is unfolding just as she planned.

Headstrong and impulsive, Austen’s world is upended the moment she meets Cashel Drai, the enigmatic owner of the storybook estate known throughout the village as The Cherry House. Cashel, devastating and damaged, loves her instantly but is held hostage by his past, falling backwards into its darkness and loss as Austen struggles with the experience of her first great love – at once desperate for him and desperate to be free of their wild longing.

As their relationship reopens the hearts - and wounds – of those closest to them can Austen hold on to the ambitions she has for her own life, is Cashel brave enough to let go of his past, and can they, together, fulfil the destiny that the quiet grave on The Cherry House estate whispered always; that forever is written upon them.

 
 The Cherry House by C.J. Carlyon

Austin is a determined young woman, the world is hers for the taking and she plans on taking as much as she can. Never would she give up her planned future for love, she refuses to lose her identity for am man, and then she met Cashel, handsome, broken and unlike any man she has met. The summer they met was the summer their souls found that missing piece that made them whole. Their love also opened old wounds, uncovered long-kept secrets and forged newfound trusts. But summer can’t last forever and their lives are on different paths, will their undying love become scars of the past if they separate?

The Cherry House by C. J. Carlyon is an emotion packed tale of love, physical, mental and from the soul. The kind of love that should last through anything, throughout there are lingering doubts on Austin’s part, not doubts of her love for Cashel, but of the future for them. With richly written scenes, highly charged emotions and a mountain of roadblocks to remove, C.J. Carlyon has created a love story that will last through generations of readers. Her use of color, of unique descriptives and her unveiling of pure soul-deep passion makes the atmosphere of this romance timeless. From page one to the last word, something wonderful has happened for romance readers.

I received this copy from C.J. Carlyon in exchange for my honest review.

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