Breaking Surface: An Our Song Novelette (Our Song, #2) by Emma South – Review

Breaking Surface

Beatrice Hampton is struggling to adjust to life as the girlfriend of a handsome young billionaire. It should be easy, but when she lost her parents in her mid-teens, she lost a dearly loved piece of herself too and still can’t shake that voice inside her head that tells her that her house of cards is going to come tumbling down at any moment.

This is the story of how she got that special part of herself back.

On a day that began without much promise, Bea’s past and future come together unexpectedly. A beautiful memory from her youth and the love and support of Jeremy Holt give her the courage to rekindle her hopes and dreams.

MY REVIEW:

BREAKING SURFACE is a sweet, romantic novella that is a delightful read and perfect for a quick little escape. Despite the length, author Emma South managed to build a strong story providing important background and a captivating scenario unfolding with her characters in the present. She gave depth to the personality of Bea and Jeremy, by showing the strength of their love and yet the vulnerability of each. She pulled me right in and drew on my emotions so I was fully invested in the outcome. I thoroughly enjoyed this love story about a special turning point for Bea, and for Jeremy. I have not read the first book in the series, so I can easily say Breaking Surface can be enjoyed solely on its own merits, but it was so good I wish I had. 4.5 stars

~Complimentary copy received in exchange for an honest review.

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