Saturday, May 20, 2017
Nora Bradford does not see herself as outgoing and beautiful, she would rather curl up with a good book, watch her favorite British series and be working as librarian/genealogist at her historical village. She wants nothing to do with romance after her break-up three years ago except for her imaginary romance between television hero Adolphus and Miss Lucy (Nora envisions herself as Lucy.). But her world is turned for a loop one day when she attends an emergency preparedness and response training course with her sister Britt and meets John Lawson. John Lawson is a former Navy SEAL, the epitome of masculinity per Nora. Fate has decided to bring the two together as John hires Nora to search for his birth mother. The outcome of the search is not what either one expects, nor is the surprise visit from the character who plays Adolphus. I enjoyed reading "True to You" by Becky Wade. A contemporary fictional romance that flows well with quality characters. My only draw back was trying to identify with Nora who owned a historical village at such a young age. That aside, I highly recommend picking this book up for a summer read. Visit http://litfusegroup.com/author/bwade for more information. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Litfuse and was under no obligation to post a review.