Chaos and Control
by Season Vining
My rating: 5 stars
Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (December 11, 2017)
Publication Date: December 11, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Print Length: 278 pages
When Wren Hart returns to her sleepy little Midwest town after years on the road, she finds the last thing she'd ever expect—a reason to stay. And that reason has a hard body, a knowledge of vinyl, and a crooked smile that sends her reeling.
Preston is a gorgeous, mysterious man, whose life is ruled by routine and order. Yet somehow, he finds Wren and her wild ways captivating. While their relationship grows in a delicate dance of chaos and control, the danger Wren thought she'd left behind during her travels is inching ever closer…and just may destroy them both.
Chaos and Control by Season Vining
Sometimes the place we run from is the only place we can run to when life is overwhelming. Sometimes a person finds just what they need when they least expect it.
CHAOS AND CONTROL by Season Vining is a story of a young woman coming back to the town she ran from to gain control over her life. Now Wren is back, because the chaos of an abusive relationship has sent her running to the one place she thought she couldn’t be found, the last place she wanted to go. When Wren walked into her sister’s shop, she didn’t expect to find Preston, a beautiful man with a beautiful and tormented soul.
Preston needs order and control in his life, he has OCD and struggles with life on a daily basis. Wren is anything but ordered in her life, she is a whirlwind of chaos and yet, these two find exactly what they need with each other. As Wren’s old life begins to leach its way into the cocoon of safety she has found with her sister and Preston, she knows the delicate relationship she is forming could be destroyed in an instant. Little did she know, even coming home would hold its monsters in the shadows.
Season Vining has done a beautiful job of creating a world her characters can find their own kind of acceptance. It is isn’t perfect or even universal, but watching Wren and Preston grow closer and seeing how Wren has crossed Preston’s self-imposed boundaries is heart-warming. Preston’s voice truly comes alive through his writing and we get to feel the intensity of their relationship through his eyes. This is truly a tale of need for two people who learn to grow, trust and rely on one another through the good and the bad, but not without pain or struggles. Wonderful storytelling that romantics will feel deep in their souls!
I received an ARC edition from Entangled Embrace. My honest review is voluntary.