Review: True Connections

True ConnectionsTrue Connections blew me away…

Enemies turned lovers.

Lia is back home, the place she ran away from five years ago. She’s on the run once more… the culprit? A darn guy on both counts.

Max is the boy next door, who… to Lia’s surprise has turned into a handsome man with a name and wealth.

Lia’s turned up just as successful. She’s back with a business to her name. Broken hearted? Yes, but no one needs to know.

Lia and Max have known each other their entire lives. It’s not as if they had a choice; their mothers, and grandmothers have been BFFs. Regardless, they are rivals who truly loathe each other, or so they want to think. Max knows she’s back. Yet that changes nothing.

The last thing they want is to cross paths; it is better to ignore than to acknowledge. Then again, their scheming grandmammas have something else in mind altogether.

All it takes is one look, and the years of loathing go out the door. That is where their facade crumbles, and where the hunt for their true feelings begins.

True Connections is a fine short for a contemporary romance. It simply blew me away.