4 out of 4 stars
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Have you ever wondered what that missing thing in your relationship/marriage could be? Have you ever felt you were missing something, but have a hard time finding out what it is? Lost and Love: Thailand (Book One of the Lost and Love Series) by Stella Knights is just the book for you.
Savannah is married to Johnny. Her love life gradually changes over time. She can't tell what caused it. She feels the difference between their dating relationship and their present marriage relationship. She feels something is missing. What could it be? In her quest to answer this question, she convinces Johnny to take her to Thailand for a holiday. Is her question finally answered? Does she rekindle the love relationship they had when they were dating? These and many other interesting aspects of this story would keep you glued to this book from start to finish.
I love romance stories. The romance aspect of this book did not disappoint. What I enjoyed most was the friendship between Savannah and Pamela. Several times, Pamela was there to comfort Savannah. Their bond of friendship was refreshing and exciting. My reason is that a lot of times, women feel they can only get comfort from men. They neglect the female friendships all around them. They end up heartbroken. I love that the author exposed the strenght/capability of a female-female relationship.
On a scale of 1 to 4, I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. I did not take out any star because there were only microscopic errors in the book. It looked like it was professionally edited. I settled for a 4 because the book had lots of intrigue, suspense, and exciting moments.
I recommend this book to all married couples who are trying to put a spark in their relationship. This book would also appeal to girls with female friends because of Savannah and Pam's relationship. I also recommend it for mature adults (age 25 and above) because of the erotic scenes in the book.
This book would not appeal to people who do not like erotic scenes in a book. This is because there are numerous of them in this book. It also would not appeal to children below the age of 18. This is because the book is all about husband and wife marriage issues.
What I disliked most in the book was the way Savannah always compromised her needs to ensure she stayed with Johnny. She never stood up to him. I didn't like this because it put women in a poor light. Nobody deserves to be anybody's doormat.
The book was enthralling, suspense filled, captivating, and intriguing. I anticipate the next book in this series.
Lost and Love: Thailand (Book One of the Lost and Love Series)
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