Find Me -Part One
Release date : Jan 15, 2016
Rating : 4 Stars
Almost forty-one-year-old Annabelle Morris, wife to multi-billionaire record label executive Charles Morris of Zenith Productions, and mother of two is at a crossroads in her life.Separated from her husband after walking in on him having sex in the public restroom of a charity event she was hosting, she has arrived on the island of St. John alone and rejected, determined to re-evaluate her life and her marriage. She’s tired of being her husbandâs showpiece while he pretends she doesn’t exist. She’s tired of trying to make their marriage work for the sake of their two teenage boys.When she meets Johnny Lightning, a sexy but mysterious piano-playing, bearded sailor, she is tempted to break vows she has never before broken. But Johnny is much younger than she is and seems to be hiding more than a few secrets of his own.From the laid-back sandy beaches of the Caribbean to the elite circles of Dallas high society, Annabelle is forced to make critical choices.Is a chance for happiness worth the risk of giving up the life she has always known?Worth jeopardizing her own and possibly even her children’s future?In the end, will she stay on her present course or brave a new and uncharted one?
Find Me – Part One by Michelle Mankin leaves you wanting for more â¦
I cannot wait for the next part. I was honestly struggling to pick this one up as I have a huge dislike to this new trend that tends to separate novels into 100 page parts.
Normally I have been refusing to join this trend waiting patiently until the author decides to publish the complete novel â but in the End this is the first novel where I could not stop myself from requesting the ARC.
Starting rather slow in the story but fast in the buildup of the relationship between the main characters I was not sure in the beginning if I liked the story development.
I could not see how those two leading characters fell for each other so instantly (again I must point out that I am NO believer of Insta love â I am the girl that needs a kind of build up to the point of the love declaration)
But a few more chapters into the story I could easily attempt to neglect my beginning doubts and once I did â I could actually feel with the characters. And now so far I like the development.
Actually it is just starting to get good and this plotline promises interesting developments. But how can I judge a book when I only read like 1/3 of it â this is one of the problems I have with series and especially with such separated books.
It is very hard for me to only judge this part I have in front of me as for me the whole development counts.
I would like to give this part of the book my kind of tentative 4 Stars with room for development in both directions â¦ lets see what happens next …