Friday, February 24, 2012

Re-read: Like Lovers Do by Lori L. Lake

This is another book that is well worth re-reading.  I love the characters and the drama.  The emotions run high and the character interaction is very gripping. It isn't just the main characters that pull you in.  There's Max & Renae & Olivia and all the wonderful tenants of the Allan Arms. It touches all their lives and brings the whole place to life.  This is a sweet and exciting story that I know I'll come back to again and again.

Like Lovers Do
A romance from Lori L. Lake, winner of the Ann Bannon Award

Kennie McClain is a security guard who, unbeknownst to her tenants, owns the Allen Arms where she works. She’s still recovering from the loss of her partner three years earlier and has moved from upstate New York to Portland to escape the tragedy. In her off hours, she rehabs apartments and nurses a broken heart.

Lily Gordon, a nationally-acclaimed painter, lives in the Allen Arms penthouse. She’s beautiful and accomplished – and haunted after her lover ditches her.

Sparks fly in a big way when Kennie and Lily finally connect . . . but then in one shattering moment, Lily betrays her, and Kennie’s world comes crashing down, leaving her untrusting and in deep emotional pain. Can Kennie ever rise above these losses and risk her heart again?

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