Monday, May 11, 2020

Always Been You (AJ Williams #3), by Lasairiona McMaster

Drama Llama Publishing, May 2020

AJ Williams has arrived back in Alabama to the shocking realization that his fiancée, Irish hockey fan Lisa Millar, has broken up with him via text. He has no idea why. He's still struggling with his bipolar depression, and struggling with whether or not he should try to win Lisa back, or move on and try to find love with another woman.

Meanwhile, life isn't standing still for AJ's family and friends. Ana has a love life developing. Britt's relationship with Roberto might not be what she has claimed. AJ's family might be about to expand in unexpected ways.

There's also, of course, the fact that AJ has to recognize that it's past time he corrected the mistake he made. Nothing he wants in life can happen unless he divorces Britt.

It's an emotional rollercoaster, and AJ isn't even sure he'll survive it, never mind find his way to the happy ending he wants.

It's a good, solid, new adult romance. I do want to caution readers that if depression and bipolar issues are potential triggers for you, be careful.

I received a free electronic galley of this book from the publisher, and am reviewing it voluntarily.

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