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From a Distance in the title refer to Tylor Strong loving his best friend’s wife.
Karrie has been married to Alex for 5 years, but all he wants to do is race Motorbikes with Tyler at weekends. Karrie is pissed at her husband for going racing on their wedding anniversary. So Karrie ends up working the night shift at the local Hospital as ER nurse. So she is on duty when car crash victims come.
Tyler and Alex are brought in, but Karrie is unaware and she get to work on one of the victims helping to keep him alive. Then Karrie when is called to another room and told her husband is dead she just goes to pieces.
Tyler is in a coma, and Karrie needs answers so goes in and sits in his room after work. Poor Tyler is in a coma for weeks but when he wakes up Karrie and Tyler have to work through plenty of misunderstandings. The biggest for Karrie is Tyler has feelings for her. This a heartfelt tale with plenty of drama, love and learning to live again is beautifully done.
I not saying another word there is so much packed into this tale of real life problems dealt with courage and love with for each other. I recommend this book to read if you like plenty to get your teeth into. So buy it yourself and get your teeth stuck in. Oh I did I say Tyler is Hot, Sexy and a knight on a shining motorbike.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
But this does. Just wow.
It's drew me in straight away, I could kind of see what might happen and even with that I couldn't guess at all that did.
It's hard to talk about all the characters without giving anything away.
Karrie was great, I find that main female characters are either strong badass alphas or whiney little babies but Karrie for me was a perfectly NORMAL girl that I didn't want to punch in the face yay!
I really liked her, she wasn't a completely fake person that never made any mistake but also wasn't useless either. And all her decisions were well explained so that we always had understanding and empathy for her.
Amongst the ups and downs of the story, the intense moments, their was the thrill of the racing too that hiked up my heart rate in anticipation.
All in all a really great read and I'd recommend it to everyone!
Karrie is meant to be 30ish but they way she is written she comes across as early 20's, she's extremely immature, naive and as evidenced by her hatred of Tyler childish. There seems to be no basis for her hatred expect she feels he's a bad influence on her older husband sorry but I just didn't buy it. I found her a character that I'd didn't really like especially in the beginning although I liked her later in the book I still wanted to give her a good shake.
Very early on I saw the surprises with the husband coming there were just too many hints they made it so obvious. I would have preferred that we got more of a relationship with Karrie and Tyler not the instalove they seems to fall into.
I just don't think this was for me.
reviewed for Sweet Spot Sisterhood
This book held so much promise to me, and dealt with some very serious subjects, but for me personally it just didn't seem to hit the spot and felt lacking in some parts, which I won't go on to detail about as I don't want to cloud anyone else's judgement on them.
Having said that though I found the writing itself was really good.
I loved Tyler, I thought he was a great character, and he made the story for me although some of his choices weren't right. But he was loyal, caring and "strong". Just what I love in a male lead. Also karries parents were a good addition to the story, giving it some fun and lightness.