Sunny Shelly’s Review: Love Resurrected, by Denise Wells

Release Date: November 18, 2019

 

Synopsis

My fiancée’s death almost killed me. It’s been three years and I still can’t move on. Not with life. And definitely not with love.

But our friends keep pushing me to date. They say it is time. So, I give in to get them off my back. One date with a girl I already don’t like: Tenley Hughes. My plan? To be the perfect gentleman yet still be the worst date of her life. Then everyone will be happy and I can go back to misery not loving company. Except the date isn’t bad. And it doesn’t end at one.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

 
I went into Love Resurrected having not read any of the San Solomon series previously. And wow, do I wish that I had! Not only because this book is the continuation of Brad’s story (from book #1) three years after Kat has died, but because I really loved this group of friends, and how strong their support of one another was.

Brad is an absolute shell of a man years after his fiancee dies of cancer. Despite the best efforts of his friends to make him start living again, not just existing, he can’t help but feel that he is betraying Kat by being happy when her life is over. Tenley is a friend of a friend’s wife, and they immediately get off on the wrong foot. (But of course!) Yet when they are teamed together for a city project, Brad finds himself smiling a little more, laughing a little bit, and looking forward to seeing her in spite of himself.

Not interested in a relationship, Tenley can take or leave Brad’s surly attitude. And as he attempts to work through his confusing feelings, he runs so hot and cold with her that he gives her whiplash. There is a lot of push and pull with these two characters, but Denise Wells did a fantastic job of walking the reader through Brad’s grief, madness, jealousy, insecurity and everything else that he was feeling. Likewise, I felt like I was going through all of the emotions with Tenley as well as she struggled to make sense of her feelings for Brad and his reactions to their encounters. (When he vomited out of guilt after they had sex for the first time and she thought it was out of repulsion? My heart!)

Brad turns out to be such a romantic hero, despite the cold, broken bastard he is at the onset of this story. This book was a fantastic read, from first page to the epilogue. I will most definitely go read the rest of the series! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
 
 

Available Now

Love Undecided (San Soloman – Book 1)

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Love Undiscovered (San Soloman – Book 2)

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Love Unforgettable (San Soloman – Book 3)

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Love Unvoidable (San Soloman – Book 4)

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About the Author

Denise Wells has been reading since before she could talk. And to this day, escaping into a book is her go-to activity before anything else.

She’s the author of six romance novels and one YA novel to date. She likes to write about sassy women and semi-flawed alpha-esque men. Denise’s female characters always have strong friendships, potty mouths, and like to drink–a lot. Denise is loyal to a fault, a bit too sarcastic, blindingly optimistic, and pretty freakin’ happy with life overall. As a diehard fan of the band Journey, Denise would be a rock star in the band if she couldn’t be a writer. Preferably during the Steve Perry years, when they were awesome. Home is in the Pacific Northwest where she lives with six special needs dogs, one cat (who’s busy plotting the demise of the six dogs), and a husband (BW) who has the patience and tolerance of a saint. And, lest she forget, Denise also lives with too many to count characters inside her head, who will eventually have their stories told.

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