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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

"Finding Kyle" (Sawyer Bennett) ★★★★.5 AVAILABLE NOW!!

When you’ve lived your life as a criminal…
When you’ve done unspeakable things …
When your soul has become dark and stained…
The path to redemption begins where you least expect it.
Kyle Sommerville is in hiding and doesn’t want to be found by anyone. Certainly not by his quirky, free-spirited neighbor who’s managed to push her way past the walls he’s built around him. But Jane Cresson’s indomitable will and insatiable curiosity about her reclusive neighbor makes it impossible for Kyle to stay immersed in his dark world.
Little by little, she claws through his shell.
Day by day, she gets him to smile a little more.
Night by night, they both find pleasure they never knew existed.
When Kyle’s terrible past is exposed, Jane begins to think she’s in over her head. Can her love for this broken man finally clear his path to redemption, or will Kyle’s darkness finally extinguish every bit of hope she’s put into him?


"Finding Kyle" by Sawyer Bennett.  Once again, Ms. Bennett has taken the reader on a journey of self discovery, love and the quest for happiness.  Our amazing couple, Kyle and Jane, couldn't be more different.  Kyle is dark and broody while Jane is quirky, bright and cheery.  I adored both.   There is a well balanced mixture of dark and light, happy and sad, and love and angst.  Jane is the epitome of light while Kyle only can view himself as the dark.  Will they be able to meet in the middle?  Will Kyle only create darkness for Jane?  Or will Jane lighten his world to see hope and love once again?  My heart hurt for both of these characters at times, especially Kyle, also was jumping with joy for them as well.  Ms. Bennett has an uncanny knack to create stories that envelop the reader, heart and soul.  
Ms. Bennett has proven time and time again that she is an amazingly talented author and "Finding Kyle" only proves that once more.   I would say the only reason this didn't earn that last half star was the ending - it seemed to be a bit too smooth for me, but then again, maybe I just didn't want it to end.  (received copy from NetGalley for honest review)


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