Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Playing For Love at Deep Haven - by Katy Regnery

Violet Smith and Zach Aubrey were the best of friends their sophomore year at Yale from pre-orientation to that faithful October break.  He was the musical protégée and she wanted to be a poet.  Nine years latter, she is struggling from writers block with a deadline looming and he is a heavy metal song writer that needs a break to write his rock opera.  By a bizarre coincidence they end up at the same Maine vacation home.  When Zach broke  her heart, she

I loved the idea of two people that had loved each other (without acknowledging it) could find happiness.  The road to their HEA was rocky, but the ending was well worth it.

Normally, I stick with historicals and every blue moon read a contemporary.  Deep Haven was a great break from the historicals.  Zach as a twin sister, Cora, that will have her own novel in September.

Four out of five stars.

I received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you!

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