Review: Willow Brook Road by Sherryl Woods

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#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods sweeps readers away with the story of a beloved member of the O'Brien family as she claims the life she's always dreamed of...

Spirited, spontaneous Carrie Winters has grown up under the watchful eyes of not only her grandfather Mick O'Brien, but the entire town of Chesapeake Shores.

Now that she's home from Europe, a glamorous fashion career behind her and her heart broken, there seem to be far too many people watching to see if she'll live up to the expectations her family has for her.

As if that weren't enough pressure, Carrie finds herself drawn to sexy, grief-stricken Sam Winslow, who is yearning for someone to help him raise the nephew who's unexpectedly come into his life after a tragedy.

With her own life in turmoil, is Carrie really ready to take on a new career and a new man? Or is Sam exactly what she needs to create the strong, loving family she's always wanted?

Sherryl Woods has made another amazing romance book that it will have the reader hook from page one. She has deliver a loving feel that it makes the read so much good! There will be some emotional feeling throughout the book that it will show all of the character true feelings. 

Willow Brook Road starts off in a bump road for Carrie and Sam that it takes some time for them to build something together. Carrie is well known in the town that its makes her suffocate that she moved away while she was in college. But something big happened to her that she drops everything and move back into her hometown. However, Carrie is not feeling herself since everyone in her family is breathe down on her since she does not know what to do for her career. I truly felt for Carrie because she has bad luck that she is lost, but she definitely finds herself especially when Sam is in town.

Sam has a rough road ahead of him that he becomes parent unexpectedly that he needs some help that he gets some from Carrie. Sam does not know what to think about Carrie that he is put of element. But he is attract to her since she is kind and beautiful women but he does not want to become too attached to her since she is kinda lost on what she should do for a living. I definitely understand Sam when he does not want to become too attached when he is responsible for a child that he needs stable environment.

They are both lost in Willow Brook Road that they both need to know what they want in life. It does take some time for them that it gives a slow pace for them to build a great loving relationship. Willow Brook Road is a good romance read that it gives a homely field when reading it. Four Stars!


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