Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Review: A Love Stolen by Ella Jade

Lila Crofton flees the town of Steeple when she learns of her boyfriend, Trevor Matheson's, betrayal. Trevor's one-night stand proves to be too much for the young lovers. Lila won't stick around and watch the only man she's ever loved move on with another. She heads to the city and starts over.

Six years later, recently divorced Sheriff Trevor Matheson is picking up the pieces of his life. When his high school sweetheart, Lila, returns to Steeple to bury her father, Trevor sees it as a sign. He's getting over a failed marriage and she's grieving the loss of her dad. They need one another. The timing couldn't be more perfect.

Can the two overcome the ghosts of their past and rekindle a love lost? Is there a second chance in their future, or is their stolen love gone forever?

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Lila and Trevor sound like the perfect lovers since high school couple. If only she would’ve believed in him or stayed and fought for him. She realizes this after the fact, but it’s a little late.

I loved the basis of the storyline. This could’ve been such a great story, but to me the huge conflict was resolved way too easily. The heroine accepted the hero back way too easily, before she even knew the truth (which was devasting). I liked the book, but I really think it could have been so much more.

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