On My Knees by Dyanne Davis
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Length: Short (90 pages)
Rating: 3.5 Books
Review by Fennel
Carmen placed everything before love until love was nothing more than the stories told in romance novels. Aaron is an accomplished romance author, but wants the real thing. A cruise brings the two together. Renewed love, with a healthy dose of lust, works to keep them together.
When money becomes more valuable than love Carmen wonders when her life went off the rails. Perhaps it was the moment her new husband put his work before their honeymoon?
When Aaron finds it easier to write words of love to a fictional character than speak them to his wife, should he be surprised when his marriage hits the rocks?
This is a delightful story, full of fanciful dreams, false identities, new personas, confused and caring friends, and a boatload of beautiful fans. Dyanne Davis creates plenty of obstacles for her hero and heroine to overcome. Not only are they on a cruise, they are both journeying on the road to self discovery.
My only complaint is that in several places the writing didn't seem to flow very well and jerked me out of the story. Also, in a couple of instances the attitudes of the main characters with regard to the cost of the cruise confused me after the first reference. Otherwise, this was a fun read that made me smile.
If you are in the mood for a feel-good story, then you will enjoy Dyanne Davis’ On My Knees.