Today I’m on the Blog Tour of a book that’s a little bit different to the one’s I have reviewed in the past. I bring you Abby’s Promise, a women’s fiction, or Should we call it a romance novel? Either way its most definitely not Crime fiction.
About Abby’s Promise
Abby was left heartbroken eight years ago when her best friend joined the Marines. As time moved on, so did she.
Now, Joey is back and attending community college.
When their paths cross once again, the sparks fly. But will secrets from the last eight years leave both broken-hearted once again?
It’s been a while since I read a good romance novel.
I usually find them either too ‘sexed up’ & lacking in plot or so long-winded they lose their excitement.
Abby’s Promise was neither.
Fast paced and emotional without shoving sex in my face, it provided me with some much needed escapism and I finished it in less than 24 hours.
Rebekah Dodson did the characters justice and allowed space and time to get to know them without Straying too far from the plot.
Joey and Abby’s tale runs the same way as many romance novels (you know the backwards and forwards, a little bit of tragedy and the almost, but not quite, loss of life). but it doesn’t detract from the book at all.
This book is the perfect read for anybody who loves a little romance with an edgy storyline and no” in-your-face’ sex scenes.
If you want to give Abby’s Promise a read, you can purchase it by clicking on the image below.
About Rebekah Dodson
Rebekah Dodson is a prolific word weaver of romance, fantasy, and science fiction novels. Her works include the series Postcards from Paris, The Surrogate, The Curse of Lanval series, several stand alone novels, and her upcoming YA novel, Clock City. She has been writing her whole life, with her first published work of historical fiction with 4H Clubs of America at the age of 12, and poetry at the age of 16 with the National Poetry Society. With an extensive academic background including education, history, psychology and English, she currently works as a college professor by day and a writer by night.