Review: The Journey’s Crossroad

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Synopsis:

A historical romance fuelled by the heated emotion of revenge and justice. Mary a young and naïve girl sets out on an adventure to seek revenge on those who had wronged her mother. She enlists the help of two unlikely sidekicks, Anna, her best friend and Elliot a poor, rough kid from the streets. Together, they join up to seek an adventure of life changing experiences. Where will they up together?

Rating: 4 stars

Review:

 The Journey’s Crossroad is a realistic tale. Yes, it says it is a clean historical romance. The actions and words of the main character may not seem to fit this exactly but readers have to be aware that it’s a real capture of how most of act in situations. I know many Christians including myself who don’t always act so Christian like. We try hard on the inside but our emotions clout that better judgement. Thus, I still can see this new novel as it clearly states it is. Taylor R. Lawson brings forth a strong headed woman intent upon revenge. However, plans never go as we expect them to and soon her journey swifts into new directions. Her goal of revenge is still on…I can’t wait to see where she will go or what will change in the next novel. I already felt a strong connection with the main character. I can see and understand why she wants to do what she plans to…revelations from the past might shake up the plot a little. This was a great read overall. Full of mystery, intrigue, revenge and vibrant. The emotional journey is quite interesting. A thrill ride to enjoy. Life isn’t always happy nor always full of sunshine. I felt that real life was brought to this particular story. I enjoyed reading it. This title is recommended to readers everywhere. 

 

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