Friday, 26 December 2014

Book Review -- Capturing You by Katana Collins


Capturing You (Maple Grove, #1)Capturing You by Katana Collins
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A digital copy of this book was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.

This romance tale revolves around the lives of two people who have given up on love and emotions. Ever since his wife passed away, Cameron, a widower, has no place in his life for any woman except his 10 year old daughter. Little does he know that his resolutions, decisions and heart will all take a plunge when he meets the most opinionated, fiery and self-standing woman he has ever known, in the form of Lydia. Having been told she cannot have a child of her own, Lydia has devoted her life to her photography and going around the world. She is irresistibly drawn towards Cameron. But they both have their doubts about each other, despite the initial attraction. Stumbling upon Lydia's past makes Cameron's trust on her take a nose dive. Lydia is left shattered. Do the two of them manage to explain all things about themselves to each other, and admit to each other about their feelings, is what the book takes us through.

The author has intended this to be a good mix of a sweet and quiet countryside romance elements combined with physical attractions. I loved the characterisation of Cameron's daughter - quirky, cheerful and a lot of fun! The book was a good read and I would recommend this to lovers of romance.

My rating for this book: 3 stars

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