Angy’s Review: The Enchantment of Emma Fletcher by L.D. Crichton

Posted March 14, 2017 by angypotter in Blog Tour, Book Reviews, Collage / 0 Comments

Angy’s Review: The Enchantment of Emma Fletcher by L.D. CrichtonThe Enchantment of Emma Fletcher by L.D. Crichton
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Published by Gallery Books on March 13th 2017
Genres: Romance
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Source: NetGalley, Simon & Schuster
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A young woman desperate to outrun her nightmare reluctantly falls straight into the arms of the one boy who might be able to wake her up in this sweet and sexy debut about finding love while confronting your demons.

After Emma Fletcher is viciously attacked and left for dead, she flees to her old childhood hometown where she’s confronted with bitter memories of her damaged past and alcoholic mother. Emma is determined to make her stay temporary and get out with minimal emotional damage. What she doesn’t count on is Tristan Banks: auto mechanic, coffee addict, and town hottie with dark secrets of his own.

Tristan’s track record of saving girls has historically led to failure. The last thing he needs is trouble in the form of a leggy brunette with an attitude, but when he starts to fall for Emma, Tristan realizes the only way he can save her is to help her save herself.

We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.

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Book Review: 5 Stars

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The Enchantment of Emma Fletcher is a story about rising above, trusting in friends and family, and second chances in life.

Emma Fletcher is back in town, not exactly where she want to be. After a tragic event in life, she is forced to go back to the place she never wanted to come back, the little town Stonefall where she grew up. Despite she wanted to get in unnoticed, get back to her feet and leave Stonefall as fast as she could, she finds herself with a surprising and warm greeting from old friends from her childhood, Mateo, Tristan and Marley. With the help of her friends, and the love she less expected, Emma finds her place in this world, especially because she is now away from the dangers of her past. On the other hand of the story, there was Tristan, with his own demons chasing him, but the connection between him and Emma is so strong, that he felt very protective of her and he overpassed his own fears and failures in order to help her and himself in the process.

I loved this book since the moment I started it. It’s so good to connect with the writing style from the beginning of the book, especially when it’s an author I’ve never read before, because I don’t feel “forced” to read it in order to enjoy the story. With The Enchantment of Emma Fletcher I felt like I knew Emma, Tristan, Mateo and Marley my whole life and I understood all their feelings. I wanted the best for all of them, and I’m so happy they could get their HEA. There was a particular aspect about this book that I loved the most and it was the friendship between the four characters, especially Tristan and Mateo’s #BromanceFTW. They teased each other, it was fun and lighthearted, but when they needed each other’s support, they were always there.

I do trust Mateo more than anyone, even my own mother. The guy has had my back since we were three. My mom found him lost and tearful at the mall, and I let him hold on to my GI Joe for the five minutes it took us to find his grateful mother. By then the bro bond was formed and it has been pretty much unbreakable ever since.

Emma and Marley’s friendship was great too. It’s one of those relationships when you admire the other one for everything they represent and in the end it was the other way around. Marley, Tristan and Mateo were the support Emma needed but in the end, it was her own strength who really helped her move on and start over, and not alone but with the unexpected love of Tristan #NewBookBoyfriendAlert

Kudos to L.D. Crichton for her debut novel, it was greatly written, with a very interesting plot that kept me intrigued all the time, awesome characters that made me fall in love with all of them and one beautiful HEA. And please, L.D., write a book for Mateo and Marley, I need more of those M&M <3

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