Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Review for Closure by Kim Carmichael


A thrilling tale of heartache and love.

Margaret Collins has been marked by Mike Taylor in a way that only the one person you truly love can do to you.

After having her heart broken by him, she decides to leave their town and reinvent herself into someone who hasn't had their heart broken. Everything changes from her looks to her job, and where she lives.

For her first assignment Riley Williams (Margaret) must interview the man who broke her heart all those years ago. All the different emotions that she felt then and is feeling now boil up and leave her with two questions.

Should she get revenge on him?

Or should she let the past stay in the past and live with the man who she's deeply in love with?

Can Riley forgive Mike and just look forward the what the future can hold? Or will she let her past continue to haunt her and keep her from being truly happy?

Kim Carmichael does a great job at showing the emotions that Riley goes through when she meets Mike again. The characters are fully developed and it keeps the reader wanting to read what is going to happen next.



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