The Wanderer (The Sin Bin, #1) by Dahlia Donovan – Review by Jenni Bishop

The Wanderer (The Sin Bin, #1)The Wanderer by Dahlia Donovan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Graham Hodson is home for his best mates wedding and sees something he likes but he has never been one to stay in one place for too long. He loves his friends, family and his life and lives for his job. He has lived his life to find the next travel adventure it is his obsession. Graham’s fears from the past have kept him moving from one exotic place to the next, never settling down and keeping him from forming a meaningful relationship, with being with one person longer than necessary.

Boyce “BC” Brooks messed up and lost everything, his lifelong dream of being the captain of a national rugby team is no longer a reality. He finds himself the innkeeper of a little place in Cornwall left to him by his uncle. But is he happy? He has his friends but not a relationship, not that he does relationships, does he?

BC and Graham meet and slowly find themselves in a relationship without the other realising how it happened. Their relationship is full of humour, laughter and love. They also find themselves having to deal with an illness that no one saw coming and that will change their lives forever.

Can they put aside their pasts and move on? Can they survive the trials of a terrible illness? Will they find lasting love? Will BC find new dreams? Will Graham return to the life he loves? Is there new adventures around the corner? Will home be enough?

I found myself laughing out loud at BC’s and Graham’s antics and found myself in tears whilst taking the tough road with them. I loved their banter with each other and that with the other characters. It is truly engaging and fun to read but at the same time so tender and sweet. It is a beautiful story that definitely pulls on your heart. You will not want to put it down. This is a must read and I look forward to reading more from this author.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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