Title: Lonely Road To You
Author: Jannine Gallant
Rating: Five Siren Stones
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Keywords: Last Rose Of Summer Miniature Rose, Sensual
Page Count: 122
ISBN E-Book: d5650
Publisher: The Wild Rose PressReviewer: Cia
Class of '85 Series
Kate Abbott isn’t looking for excitement and is perfectly content with the secure life she’s built in Seattle, even if her son thinks she’s in an uninspired rut. Former rock star Tyler North has no intention of shaking up his life on the Montana ranch where he fled years before to escape the ravages of fame and fortune. Neither plan to attend their 25 year high school reunion in Summerville, but fate throws them together on a lonely road, leading them on a journey of discovery.
From the majesty of Yellowstone to the shores of Lake Ontario, Kate and Tyler fight unexpected attractions and old insecurities. Their journey is full of surprises and odd twists. From bison and bears to a deep crevasse and a crazy old man, they work together to overcome the obstacles in their path. But will these two opposites be able to put aside fear of change and rejection to take a chance on the promise of love?
Lonely Road To You by Jannine Gallant was an amazing read. When I first began reading it, I had no idea that Kate and Tyler would have such an amazing adventure together. I got a chance to see that previous marriages don’t always end up on the battlefield and that there is a thing as amicable parting.
I felt so bad for Tyler when he recounted what caused him to quit doing the career he loved so much. At the same time his selfless decision to quit really made my heart pitter-patter for him even more.
Kate is a great character. I enjoyed how she perceived things and didn’t act out on her wants, like she wanted to. It made the journey all the sweeter. The twist with the old man really threw me for a loop and once again the true measure of a man was shown with Tyler and his reaction. When the couple finally made it to the reunion, I thought it couldn’t get any sweeter until the end.
This read is one I’d recommend to my friends.