The Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Sarah Oakes

The Nearness of YouThe Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A great read about opposites. Lauren Rose is a talented singer living in Atlanta struggling to make it in the show business. One Friday night she performs in a hotel like any other night. But her life is changed forever when she meets supermodel David Randle at the gig and finds instant chemistry with him. Their passion blossoms while attending his sisters wedding, but when he returns to Britain, will their love survive the distance?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns. Well developed characters like Lauren doing what she loves despite the struggles or David drive for ambition but a kind heart underneath. Great cast of supporting characters like the colourful and wise Jordan or the sweet and supportive Catherine. I loved the use of music in the novel with the songs used and Laurens passion for music as a lovely touch. i also loved the use of the senses with taste and smell and touch in the breakfast place to make it feel as if you were actually there. i alos loved the scenes in the wedding full of life and people and also loved the use of opposites used throughout the novel which worked well to create contrasts. Overall, a great read and i would give it four stars.

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