When one is a bestselling, award-winning, author and member of a writing dynasty, how do you overcome writer's block? Tenley Roth stares at a blank computer screen and fears she's a one-book wonder.
Her estranged mother calls and asks for help during a health crisis. Against the wishes of her boyfriend, she packs her bag and heads for
Maybe a change of scenery will give her inspiration. There she meets furniture
designer, Jonas Sullivan. A cautious friendship blooms in the Cocoa Beach, Florida Florida sun.
Many years prior to Tenley's life, Birdie Shehorn is the belle of New York Society. She adores writing about life and the expectations placed upon her. The two women struggle to find their identity.
This dual timeframe novel had me glued to the page. I'd heard of Rachel Hauck, but this was the first book I'd sampled. Being an author myself, the whole writer vibe intrigued me. She did a masterful job of weaving these two stories to a satisfying conclusion.
Don't miss this well-written and researched book. I'll be reading more from this author. 5 Stars!
Disclaimer: I did not receive any remuneration for this review. All opinions are mine and mine alone, as always.
Writers: Does the idea of two stories within one seem daunting? How would you go about crafting such a book?
Readers: Have you read any dual timeframe novels? What was your opinion of them? Did you find them difficult to follow of did the curiosity of how the two stories would merge keep you reading?