Friday, 29 November 2019

All in Good Time #Audio Review


All in Good Time

(Bryeton Books #1)

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Philadelphian Elizabeth Temple arrives in small, Southern Bryeton to teach first grade in 1948, hoping to slide unnoticed into a spinster's existence. Believing she is unfit for any companion, she doesn't count on falling for Jake Ryan, a WWII veteran tainted by a scandalous divorce, struggling to raise his young son alone. Despite an undeniable chemistry, the road to romance is strewn with roadblocks and detours. Between the very personal secret that has a devastating grip on Elizabeth, and Jake's temperamental, soon-to-be-ex-wife, what looks like a 'sure thing' could easily slip away. 



Loving this series so far (I’ve listened to them out of order but it hasn’t affected the standalone stories at all). *Audiobook Review.

All in good time is about a teacher, Elizabeth and her chance at finding a new start. After abandoning her old life Elizabeth wants to find a small town to have a quiet life. She’s given up on love but doesn’t realise she just needed to find the right man. This story is touching which is deeper than my usual read. It made me really like the main characters. A boy in her class becomes more than a student and with his dad, she finds a family she never expected. A sweet romance.

Highly recommended. I can’t get enough of this series. Both books (one and two) have been completely different and I’ve enjoyed them both equally. I would definitely listen/read more from this author.

*ARC in exchange for an honest review. It’s a 5 from me.

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