Thursday, August 23, 2012

Fault Lines by Rebecca Rogers Maher

Fault LinesFault Lines by Rebecca Rogers Maher
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Wedding coordinator Sarah Murphy wears a mask when interacting with others, appearing confident and at ease with who she is. In a rare moment, Sarah is captured by photographer Joe Sullivan through his lens revealing the vulnerable woman inside. Sarah feels confused by Joe but does not want to explore her feelings, rather treat him the way she treats all men, use them for sex. One night though is not for Joe and he realizes he has met someone who is haunted by something in her past, if she will let him he wants to be by her side as she lets go of the shadows of her past.

Captivating story, you are not sure what has caused Sarah to be so aloof and Joe is a true saint with patience as he gives Sarah the space she needs to figure out how she feels about him. I thought the way the author mingled photography into the story added a visual aspect to the story.

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