Always by: Sarah Jio

AlwaysAlways by Sarah Jio
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Two worlds colliding

A romantic tension as Kailey Crane journalist encounters a train wreck of her past and her future. She is reveling in her present as she is engaged to Ryan a well to do and is completely in love with Kailey. Would do anything for her without resentment. Pretty much worships the ground she walks on. They are having dinner, enjoying each other, talking about their future and as they leave, a homeless man bumps into Kailey. She knows this man.

Her mind, her heart and her soul now cannot rest until she finds him again. The homeless man that was once a successful producer for Seattle’s up an coming musicians and was also her fiancé. He disappeared years ago without trace, without a word and is now back in her life with many unanswered questions.

The narration goes from present to past in Kailey’s voice. I felt that the narration lacked any dimension in the characters and their relationship with each other. It was blah. The plot was more interesting and that kept me engaged.

A Special Thank You to Random House Publishing and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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