- By Anya Forest

A Southern Shelter

  • Title: A Southern Shelter
  • Author: Anya Forest
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Southern Shelter He s desperate to forget She s happy to distract him Can they overcome tragedy to find true love Jesse Holt flees south to forget pursued only by his conscience and the shadow holding on to his soul

    He s desperate to forget She s happy to distract him Can they overcome tragedy to find true love Jesse Holt flees south to forget, pursued only by his conscience and the shadow holding on to his soul Only at a remote southern bay can he find solace, or that s what he tells himself, anyway Instead he meets Lisa Dillon, who lives for the day and the night offering JeHe s desperate to forget She s happy to distract him Can they overcome tragedy to find true love Jesse Holt flees south to forget, pursued only by his conscience and the shadow holding on to his soul Only at a remote southern bay can he find solace, or that s what he tells himself, anyway Instead he meets Lisa Dillon, who lives for the day and the night offering Jesse a way to shut out his memories, temporarily at least But Lisa s determination to live in the moment is just one of the barriers between them, as Jesse fights to break free of his past and make a new life for himself Without Lisa, who knows only the sun in life and nothing of the shade or the real Jesse The safest thing he can do is keep her a distance, just like he does with everyone, or else risk shining a light on his true self Because when the sun shines on darkness, shadows still remain A Southern Shelter is a contemporary romance novel set in New Zealand that handles challenging issues like domestic violence and pregnancy loss If you like complex characters, exotic kiwi scenery, and stories that stay with you, then you ll love the standalone second book in Anya Forest s Across the Strait series.

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    1. A Southern Shelter, book two in Anya Forest's Across The Strait series, tells a complex story of love in the face of adversity. The story is set in and around Queenstown, one of the prettiest locations on New Zealand's south island. Protagonists Lisa and Jesse both have serious family issues which they need to address if they are to have a future together. For Lisa it's a matter of learning to value herself after a lifetime of being put down by her mother, who treats Lisa's older brother Blake a [...]

    2. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This was an awesome romance with a twist. Definitely a must read.

    3. This was a good read with a similar feel to the first book in the series. Clear communication does seem to be a problem between characters. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book

    4. I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this bookLisa Dillon lives for the moment, works for her step-brother and is always begging off work for a great time. Jesse Holt is a lawyer, he has just had a tragedy with a client and is fleeing. They both have family issues, different lives but have an attraction between them. This story is full of twists and turns and was confusing at the start.

    5. The second book in the Across the Strait series, by author Anya Forest, is A Southern Shelter. This was an okay book with a similar feel to the first book in the series. It has the potential to be great, but it just felt flat with the story and the character development.

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