Something There In Between
by S. Ferguson
Publication Date: December 19, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
After a life full of cruelty, Bree is left with no one to turn to—except him.
Declan, who's suffered his own fair share of tragedy, sees the girl on the park bench with the sad eyes and Converse shoes as a kindred spirit —and a chance to redeem himself. He couldn't save his mother. Maybe he can save her.
But is Bree too broken to let him in?
Declan may be her only hope for solace, if he's strong enough to break down her walls. Will she risk letting him in ... or let her pain consume her?
This book is intended for readers 18 and older. It contains violence and references of rape and child abuse
S. Ferguson's debut novel was emotional, and while at times it delved into some dark themes, it was still beautiful and beyond sexy. Something There In Between is a story of healing and growth with a love story that left me smiling and at times laughing and excited to see what Ms. Ferguson writes next.
Bree has not had an easy life. Her life has shown her that she has never been good enough for anyone in her life. And the past year seemed to have proved that. But when she meets Declan, she's sees someone who actually sees her. And while Declan has survived his own troubling past, he knows he has witnessed a kindred soul in Bree. Now he only has to make her see it too.
I really enjoyed this debut story. I could feel the desperation Bree felt and I could sense Declan's desire. While neither of these characters were perfect, I loved their story for the imperfections. Plus Delcan was seriously the book boyfriend other book boyfriends should aspire to be. I did think that the resolution to the the various conflicts came a bit easy though I still loved that this story held a realistic tone and the ending has me so excited for the next book in this series.
Reviewed by Paige
★★☆ 4 "Healing" Stars ☆★★
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Meet S. Ferguson
Ferguson is a military wife and mother of three. She loves to find beauty in the flawed and broken.
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