Review: Finding Focus

Finding Focus (Finding Focus, #1)


Sheridan “Dani” Reed is a recently unemployed photojournalist living in New York City. Her boyfriend is vacationing without her, and her best friend has abandoned her for a job in the south. 

Is a quarter-life crisis a thing?

After accepting a freelance job in Louisiana for Southern Style magazine, she feels the bleakness of her life back in New York fading in the rearview mirror. Getting back to her southern roots seems to be just what she needs to lift her spirits and spark her creativity. During her stay, she meets playboy Micah Landry and his colorful family. She knows she should avoid him and keep things professional, but his southern charms are hard to resist. 

Through the lens of her camera, she finds the beauty and soul of the Landry Plantation, but it’s her beauty and soul that captures Micah’s attention. 

When an unexpected phone call takes her back to New York, she’s forced to face the life she was trying to escape head on. 

Will her trip and the Landrys only become fond memories, or will Dani find her way back to them and her beloved south? 

In their debut novel, Jiffy Kate bring you a story of love, adventure, and finding a place to call home.

Rating: 4-stars


Finding Focus by Jiffy Kate is a good contemporary romance novel. It was about a woman finding where she belonged and finding what she was missing in life. She leaves and heads back home only to find what she thought she wouldn’t find. It was an entertaining read. I loved the ending more than the rest of the book.

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