Book Review: Open Road by Karmen Lee


A Captivating Plot with Plenty of Steamy Scenes!

openroadWhen her marriage suddenly crumbles, Kandice and her son Caleb flee their comfortable life in California.  They return to her childhood home in the south to live with with Kandice’s often judgemental and overbearing mother.

With no means to support herself, Kandice finally emerges from her misery and depression to pursue a teaching position at the local elementary school.  It’s here that she is reunited with her girlhood friend, Rebekah.
With the school principal showing an interest in the newest teacher on his staff, Kandice ignores his advances, struggling to understand the chemistry and attraction she feels to her long time friend and teaching colleague.
Written from one point-of-view and in the third person, Open Road [Book 1] was a pleasure to read.  With detailed scenes that are as captivating as they are steam, this novella is well written and well paced, keeping me flipping the pages until I reached the cliffhanger ending.  Karmen Lee has me eager to read the second instalment in this series.

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