Sunday, January 29, 2012

Review: Stitches and Scars

Stitches and Scars by Elizabeth A. Vincent


After a move out of the big city to escape heartbreak, photographer Katherine Thomas embraces life in a new town. With her two best friends by her side, she's ready to start over and not look back. 

During her first major exhibition at a legitimate art gallery, Kate expects the inevitable nerves, but what she doesn't anticipate is meeting someone who -- with one glance -- leaves her breathless. 

What happens when the charming mystery man disappears, leaving Kate wanting more? Without even knowing his name, the odds of finding him again are stacked against her. 

Will fate intervene, and if it does, will her old wounds prevent her from acting on the undeniable connection she feels?

My Thoughts: 
This is a sweet and funny romance.  Kate and Ethan meet through several chance encounters before finally getting together, one of which is in the grocery store and will make you crave produce.  They have some bumps in the road, but nothing too heart-wrenching.  It was a fun read and I had a hard time putting it down.

My Rating: ****
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