October 19, 2013

Early Review: WIDE SPACES by Shelly Crane

Title: WIDE SPACES {The 12 NA'S of Christmas}

Author: Shelly Crane

Source: eARC from author

Expected Release Date: Oct 22, 2013

Wide Spaces is proud to be a part of The 12 NA's Novellas of Christmas
12 NA Novellas.
12 Best Selling Authors.

A novella for Emma and Mason's first Christmas together after Wide Awake.

Emma knows better than most that life can change from one second to the next. Mason knows that guilt can make you change so much, that you don't even recognize yourself in the mirror. When they found each other, they knew that life had given them a second chance.
But can one night, one second, one misunderstanding change everything?

A life together that saved them will become a life they think is lost forever.

My take...
Okay guys...this is Mason and Emma we are talking about here. Of course I am going to read it and of course I am going to love it. And love it I did. So very much! Crane once again shows us that she is a queen at writing romance. She charms us right into a pile of mush with her writing and swoon worthy characters.

Mason is more sexier in WIDE SPACES, if that is even possible. He is absolutely one of the most romantic guys I have ever read about. He knows what to say to make us ladies weak in the knees while simultaneously sticking his foot in the mouth. Poor guy. And thanks to said foot in the mouth he about loses Emma once and for all.

With all the things that have happened, all the firsts that Emma lost with her memory, I wanted this first to be so memorable she’d never be able to forget. I wanted that night so ingrained in her that it could never be removed.

Emma is the same girl we all knew and loved in WIDE AWAKE and I think I loved her a bit more in this one. Even in the short time since we last saw her, she seems more mature. And rightfully so. The girl is about to marry Mason and live happily ever after. Or will they? Finding out that your soon to be husband feels guilty for loving you? Yeah that kind of puts a damper on the whole love thing.

Her dad glanced over at me and back to her, knowing there was something epic going on, but as much as I liked her dad, he’d never understand. Emma and I had saved each other in more ways than one. The way I loved this girl was epic and it changed the air around us with its sparks. Shakespeare could write a sonnet just for her and it still wouldn’t capture all the things I wanted to say.

So thankful to once again be able to read and review another book by Crane. Absolutely worth the read. Got a bit a time? It is a quickie that will have you laughing with its funny chapter starters and some scenes will leave you downright heartbroken. Incredible job on this one Crane. I loved it so.

1 comment:

  1. OMG, now I am going to be heartbroken if there isn't a HEA for Emma and Mason #nervous :)