ATTIC REVIEW : trans·fer·ence by Ava Harrison
March 13, 2017
Title : trans·fer·ence
Author : Ava Harrison
Series : n/a
Release date : November 10th 2016
Rating : 3 Stars
Blurb : The nightmares find me.
They steal my breath, slowly suffocating me.
I want it to stop.
He’s supposed to help me.
Instead, he evokes something forbidden.
I know I should run.
But I can’t.
I’ve made my choice.
I want him.
There’s only one problem
…He’s my therapist.
Review : I am not sure how to rate trans·fer·ence by Ava Harrison. The Book really leaves me torn because even in the end I am not really sure that they fell for each other for real.
The story is well written and the plot is engaging for readers like me that like romances with damaged leading characters.
The author paid so close attention to bringing across the point of the problematic source of their relationship that for me somehow the focus got lost. I felt that in the end the prove of their love was missing. For all the reasons this book showed that they should not be in a relation with each other there was really no enough fact that they really loved each other in the end.
Yes there was passion but was it love ?