A Way Back Into Love (Love, #1) by Veronica Thatcher – Review by Jenni Bishop

A Way Back Into Love (Love, #1)A Way Back Into Love by Veronica Thatcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Way Back into Love by Veronica Thatcher is a contemporary romance book and is written in the third person. The book is full of drama as the story revolves around our two main characters Emily Stevens and Derek Thorpe. The two have been best friends since their first day of school but after one drunken night we see Emily moving out of town. Now years later she is returning home and having to confront a past she thought she had put to rest only to realise that things are not always as they seem.

I must say that I was not expecting some of the twists and turns that occurred but the secrets and lies and deceit you will not see coming. Even though the story goes from the present to the past quite frequently you will not have any trouble following it.

I enjoyed the story even though I did find the story a little on the predictable side but you will find that you have to keep reading because you just want to know what is going to happen next and where the story will lead. There were times when I thought the main characters, Emily and Derek were a little naive and immature, and once they got their act together they were fun and sassy and their banter often had me laughing at their antics. I loved how they immediately returned to their easy best friend relationship despite all the hurt and misunderstandings. Parts of the story line surrounding the hospital, I found reminded me a little of one of my favourite TV shows, Grey’s Anatomy.

So if you like a little romance and drama, fun and an easy read then look no further.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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