Alberta, Canada, with no recollection of how she got there.
instant chemistry between them. The man she only knows as Nolan insists he’s
her protector, but lives by his own unique moral compass.
looks at her, ignite her body and soul. No matter how hard Mikayla fights
their unmistakable connection they share, she begins to fall for him, and a new
woman is created in her place.
shattering loss. When letters suddenly start appearing from Mikayla,
twelve years later, they are left wondering why she’d choose her abductor over
her own family.
So Stockholm by Leigh Lennon Is one that really appealed to me when I read the blurb.
And though I did enjoy this I wasn’t overly fond of the writing style used here.
The story in itself here was great. I just felt it jumped POV to often and sometimes I found myself a bit confused and lost within the timeline.
I would have liked to have spent more time getting to know Nolan/Mikayla and David/Colette.
as because of the way that this was told I didn’t feel that connected to there story.
Despite the above, this was an interesting read that did capture and keep my attention.
One thing though, I didn’t find “Stockholm” dark at all, it was actually quite sweet in its execution and intent.
Overall I would describe this more as a saga with romantic overtures than an actual full-blown romance.
In conclusion, I found this a unique read and I thought the twist at the end was a fabulous addition to the plot.
So its a thumbs up from me.
I was provided with an ARC of “Stockholm” By the author of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
mother, veteran and a wife of a cancer survivor. Originally with a degree in
education, she started writing as an outlet that has led to a deep passion. She
lugs her computer with her as she crafts her next story. Her imaginary
friends become real on her pages as she creates a world for them. She loves
pretty nails, spikey hair and large earrings. Leigh can be found drinking
coffee or wine, depending on the time of the day.