“I was riveted…A modern-day Romeo & Juliet.”—Jodi Picoult, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Two Ways
You want to walk away from the things that are bad for you and never look back.
That’s what Corinne Callahan wants.
Cast out of the fundamentalist church she was raised in and cut off from her family, Corinne builds a new life for herself. A good one. But she never stops missing the life—and the love— she’s left behind.
It’s Enoch Miller who ruins everything for her. It was always Enoch Miller. She’ll never get him out from under her skin.
Set over fifteen years and told with astonishing intimacy, Rebecca Morrow’s Corinne is the story of a woman who risks everything she’s built for the one man she can never have.
Corrine has been cast out of her church. She ends up leaving her home town and the boy that destroyed her life and making a way for herself. However, she returns home after quite a few years to take care of her ailing mom. She encounters, Enoch. She still feels the same connection to this man which she felt as a young girl. But, a thousand things have changed, can they find their way back to each other.
This story started out great! I actually thought it would be a 5 star read for me. Then I hit almost exactly half way through and the story changed. And it became, not necessarily a love story, but a dad blamed sex story. Honestly, it changed from a plot to a bunch of fun between the sheets.
I also thought Enoch was a bit of, I don’t want to say pansy, that is not quite the right word. He just didn’t stand up for himself or explore better options. I just was not impressed with his character. I found Corinne stronger and gutsier.
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I received this novel from the publisher for a honest review.