Sunny Shelly’s Review: Finding Solace, by SL Scott


Release Date: July 10

He puts the Bad in bad boy.


I’ve done my time as undercover elite security and I’m ready for a change. Seeking redemption and a slower pace, I return to the one place I once vowed not to—Solace Pointe.


Then, I was a hometown hero—star quarterback and Delilah Noelle’s one and only.


Now, I’ve accrued enough sins to last two lifetimes and want to retire in peace.


I mistakenly forgot how rumors run rampant in a small town, and my return causes quite the ruckus. That’s to be expected. I can handle church group gossip. What I didn’t expect was for the only girl I ever loved to be single again.


I didn’t come back looking for trouble, but it seems to be leading me right back to Delilah.


She puts the Sweet in sweetheart.


I finally freed myself from a bad marriage. Running my family farm is hard work, but it’s become my safe haven. That is until gossip travels down the grapevine that Jason Koster is back in town. If there was ever a man who held my heart in his hands, it was him.


Then, I had stars in my eyes—a beauty queen and madly in love with the man of my dreams.


Now, I live a peaceful life alone on the farm.


I should have known trouble was heading my way, especially since I’m standing here holding the door wide open for him.


New York Times bestselling author, S.L. Scott, weaves her emotional words with her signature heartfelt style into a second chance, small town romance that will have you falling for the bad boy.


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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

Finding Solace is a sweet second-chance, soulmates forever kind of romance. It was a little slow going, but once the story picked up, I liked the reunion between these two broken souls.

The details surrounding Delilah and Jason’s breakup in college could have been fleshed out more, I think. And it bugged me that she just listened to the BS Jason’s “best friend” was feeding her without speaking with Jason himself. But now it’s years after their split, Jason is back in town after working in elite security and he’s pulled toward Deliah. Is he back home to take a breather or get back his true love?

Delilah’s survived an abusive marriage, but it left her horribly scarred on the inside. Jason is pretty scarred from the things that he has seen and done as a mercenary. But the love and connection is as strong as ever between them, and they love each other fiercely and help one another heal.

While I liked the story between Jason and Delilah, it didn’t pack the same punch for me that We Were Once did. I still have a book hangover from that one more than a month later. But Finding Solace is a sweet story of redemption and reconnection. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

Meet S.L. Scott
New York Times and USA Bestselling Author, S. L. Scott, was always interested in the arts. She grew up painting, writing poetry and short stories, and wiling her days away lost in a good book and the movies.
With a degree in Journalism, she continued her love of the written word by reading American authors like Salinger and Fitzgerald. She was intrigued by their flawed characters living in picture perfect worlds, but could still debate that the worlds those characters lived in were actually the flawed ones. This dynamic of leaving the reader invested in the words, inspired Scott to start writing with emotion while interjecting an underlying passion into her own stories.
Living in the capital of Texas with her family, Scott loves traveling and avocados, beaches, and cooking with her kids. She’s obsessed with epic romances and loves a good plot twist. She dreams of seeing one of her own books made into a movie one day as well as returning to Europe. Her favorite color is blue, but she likens it more toward the sky than the emotion. Her home is filled with the welcoming symbol of the pineapple and finds surfing a challenge though she likes to think she’s a pro.

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