My Caturday turned into Sunday Funday as I read Entwine by Rebecca Berto
Sarah Langham’s life was the epitome of normal until her dad slept with another woman when she was sixteen. It ripped her family apart.
Twenty-two-year-old Sarah has it together, though.
Waiting at the train station to go home from her first day of her first proper job out of university, she spots a man.
He is an enigma to her. She’s drawn to him, with his square jaw; buzz of hair; and his tall, solid frame, seen under the contours of his business suit. And he’s been looking at her, too. Fate pulls them together that night on a whirlwind date, exceeding anything Sarah’s experienced before. He’s even more into her than she’s into him. Finally, she wants to trust a guy for the first time since she was sixteen.
But then they discover something.
Something that meant they were never two strangers at a train station.
And it threatens to tear their future apart before it, really, ever begins.
After young Sarah finds out the devastating news of her father’s affair and parents divorce, she feels her life in turmoil but in the same night falls for doting Nicholas, the perfect boyfriend that after a couple of years she realizes the spark just isn’t there, he’s not the one for her.
Tormented with the idea of her father’s addiction to women and his on and off relationship with the one woman who tore apart her family, Sarah moves on to her adult life and new career where after her first day and waiting for the train home, she finds herself drawn to the mysterious Malik. Unable to resist each other they find themselves on their first date without even knowing each other’s names. The story was suspenseful and heart clenching, I found myself on the edge of my seat in the midst of chaos and smiling when the heartbreak turned into heart lifting.
Rebecca Berto is able to weave romance and sorrow, confusion and happy ever after into a wonderful story.
Rebecca Berto writes stories about love and relationships. She gets a thrill when her readers are emotional reading her books, and gets even more of a kick when they tell her so. She’s strangely imaginative, spends too much time on her computer, and is certifiably crazy when she works on her fiction.
Rebecca Berto lives in Melbourne, Australia with her boyfriend and their doggy.
you can find her through her site: http://rebeccaberto.com