Long Way Home, by Ann Vaughn

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Blurb: Shane McCanton and Tessa Kelly were childhood enemies. Everything was a contest to them and Tessa always seemed to show Shane that nice guys finished last. Things change, however, when hormones take over and Shane begins to see the perpetual thorn-in-his-side as more than just his childhood nemesis…Tessa had never meant to set into motion events that led to their childhood rivalry, but once it started, she embraced it with gusto – until her world started to fall apart and she realized that Shane was the one constant in her life, her rock who would never leave her and help her find her Long Way Home…

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Shane and Tessa haven’t always been friends – for most of their childhood he couldn’t stand her. It wasn’t until they were in their senior year of high school that they finally buried the hatchet, and something started to happen. Shane started seeing Tessa in a new light, all grown up and beautiful. Their friendship grows into something more. I really enjoyed this story from beginning to end. It ended up being something I wasn’t expecting – which was suspenseful. Once they’re grown and involved in their careers things change, problems arise and the suspense kicks in to the point where I’m yelling at my Kindle and Tessa – telling her to quit being stupid! What the hell are you thinking! And WTF is going to happen now – because I DID NOT see that coming.

And what does all that emotion mean? A REALLY good engaging story that will leave you asking – WHAT?! until you pick it back up again. Ann’s writing is quick, to the point and leaves you wanting more. She’s clear – honest – and doesn’t muddle the story with unnecessary descriptions.

You’ll find yourself fighting for Shane & Tessa and hopefully their happily ever after – check it out!

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