Monday, January 6, 2014

Loving From Afar (The Women of Independence) by Mona Ingram Review

Title: Loving From Afar
Series: The Women of Independence
Author: Mona Ingram
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 216
Price: $3.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

What would you do if your perfect life was shattered by a series of uncontrollable events?
  Allison Ransome loses everything; everything except her love for Cole Slater, the young man she planned to marry after graduation.
  Gutted by Allison's perceived treachery, Cole moves on with his life. Ten years later, he returns home, telling himself he will avoid the woman who broke his heart.
   But nothing goes as planned. Can Allison and Cole forget the past and come to terms with the events that tore them apart?


Loving From Afar is one of those books that you pick up and immediately get wrapped up in. From the first page, you'll find yourself interested in the stories of the characters and getting to learn more about them. Mona Ingram does such a wonderful job creating believable, likeable characters and her storylines are always enjoyable. What I loved most about this book, was how emotional it was. This isn't your happy, sappy romance. This book depicts a romance that is more true to life than most.

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