Friday, November 7, 2014
the House on Sunset by Sarafina Bianco
The Mmeh Okay. Sarafina’s tough lessons on romance and love were hard to read, and at the same time...
The Best Part. The story is engaging. The first date captivated me, reading what could be almost any young woman’s experience. She has a plan, and is following her plan; having bought her first home, employed in a sound career, has a reliable car, and now is meeting a man who seems to have his life in order as well. I’m there. The story is moving at a nice pace, despite red flags flying left and right; which, titillated, continues at this pace, albeit with the red flags quickly outpacing the story. The House on Sunset, explicitly, merits the term engaging. Most helpful are the resources recommended at the end of the book for those combating domestic abuse.