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- Language: English
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Reunion of the Heart Kindle Edition
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Elaine Jeremiah has a nice writing style and a talent for setting the scene, drawing you into Anna's world with vibrant descriptions of her trips to London, Paris - and her favourite coffee shop.
The story touches on the lives of the heroine's friends but it would have been interesting to know more about them. For example, some dramatic incidents happen to a couple of the supporting characters, but these aren't explored in much detail and don't seem to relate strongly to the main plot. I think a subplot relating to Anna - but not directly about her - could have made the main story even stronger. However, some supporting characters (such as Anna's younger sister who lives in Paris) are really intriguing, despite only a few details being given about their lives.
I found Anna's relationship with Peter particularly believable as an example of how a woman with low confidence may date a man more due to his feelings about her than because she truly reciprocates them. As the reader it's interesting to see Anna's self-confidence and self-awareness develop and grow as the story progresses, leading her to question her decisions and real desires.
All in all, Reunion Of The Heart is a great romantic read which explores themes many readers will relate to.
The main protagonist (Anna) is likeable; her neurosis adds an engaging element so the reader cares what happens to her and the friendships she relies on.
I enjoyed the scenes with Anna and her friends. The dialogue was genuine and made me feel like a part of the group.
The building romance between Anna and Will is well paced, which adds tension and allows the reader to understand the difficulties they have both overcome, in order to get where they are.
I liked the connections between the characters too. They all go on a journey of discovery, where past mistakes no longer haunt them and they can finally forgive.
It is an uplifting tale and, as I said, a relatable one. I enjoyed spending time with the group and I’m sure you will too.
The author has a great talent for drawing you into the story and characters, feeling how they feel and experiencing what they are.
I was uncertain how she was going to resolve some of the issues in the book to do with the budding romance, but I trusted the author and was not disappointed for it! The story weaved and flowed well and lead us on a journey with Anna that had my heart pounding at some points.
The character interactions were will written, and I especially enjoyed the conversations between Anna and her friends. It was all done very realistic, so as you felt you could have been overhearing a conversation out and about.
A well written romance that I think will appeal to a wide audience. I am really looking forward to reading more of Elaine Jeremiah’s work!
The premise of Reunion of the Heart is one that many of us can relate to – the dreaded school reunion. Even if - unlike the main character Anna - you enjoyed your time at school, going to the school reunion is revisiting your past and that can be an unnerving thing. For Anna her school days were far from happy; adding to the mix is a recent breakup with her boyfriend that kick starts the story. An interesting idea told with passion, Reunion of the Heart is a well-written and heart-warming romance that focuses on friendship as well as the ups and downs of romantic relationships.
Elaine Jeremiah does an excellent job of taking the reader on a journey with Anna both emotionally and physically via the reunion of the title, a girly spa weekend, London and Paris. It's a great read for anyone who loves a heartfelt romantic novel.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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