Saturday, September 29, 2012

REVIEW: Lean On Me by Tori Scott

Recap:

When Hunter’s son Jason storms out of the house and jumps into the SUV, he has no idea that his life is about to drastically change forever. Sandy’s four-year-old daughter is riding her tricycle down the sidewalk when the SUV hits her. Sandy is frantic, and Hunter makes it his mission to make it up to her, and fix the mess he’s made of Jason’s life. Their lives are forever intertwined when a teenager with an attitude and a little girl who steals people’s hearts team up to make a better life.

Title:  Lean On Me
Series:  N/A
Book #: N/A
Author:  Tori Scott
Approximate Book Length:  166 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Moderate

Thoughts:

Have tissues. The story starts off a little heartbreaking, but later draws happy tears. The kids are adorable, the romance sweet and sexy, and the best part is the meddling family, everyone tries to help Hunter and Sandy get out of their own way and end up where they belong – together!

I’ve read a few stories by Tori Scott, and what they’ve all had in common is a strong emotional investment and that “sugar and spice” dynamic and this one certainly doesn’t disappoint. The romance is sexy without being blunt, and the overall story is just so endearing as the whole family falls in love with each other, but face old fears and hurts to overcome.

In Conclusion:

Lean On Me is hands down one of the most heartwarming contemporary romance stories I’ve ever read. It shows love, family, loyalty, and honor in many forms. It’s an awesome quick read for whenever you just need a little pick me up. This will without a doubt bring a smile to your face!

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