A Different Kind of Lovely by Petra March

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Literary Fiction, Contemporary Women
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A Different Kind of Lovely is the story of Neal and Mina. Theirs is a cliché romance with a tragic plot. Neal wants to buy Mina’s cottage, which she refuses to sell. Neal and Mina’s parents used to be friends, and because of that, and seeing how desperate he is, Mina allows him to live at her cottage. Neal is the typical tortured hero, and Mina—though she doesn’t like him invading her “artistic space”—wants him to heal from his painful past. Mina, too, is broken in her own way and maybe because of this shared trait the two are drawn together. Eventually, the two end up helping and healing each other.
Petra March has a unique writing style. Her characters seem so real-life, you can feel their emotions. I loved Neal and Mina; their story is sensual, heart-breaking, and filled with anguish. I got a review copy of this novel from the author and she did an amazing job. I just loved this story.
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