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Content Review 18+
Tumble (Dogwood Lane #1) written by Adriana Locke is a second chance romance that will capture your heart from the first page to the last. I have a few of this author’s books on my want to read list but for some reason have not gotten around to reading one of them. So when this book became available on NetGalley, I figured now was a great time to read one of Ms. Locke’s books, and I am happy that I did.
Tumble is an emotional, romantic ride that will warm your heart and had me cheering on the two main characters, Neely and Dane. The story is told from the first person point of view going between the two main characters with both characters imparting their versions of the past. And that past holds a ton of drama, but unfortunately for you, I will not be discussing that past in my review as I consider that a spoiler. I love the storyline of second chance love. This book is well written and the storyline utterly believable even though it was a bit predictable, but sometimes it’s not about whether you are able to figure out what is going to happen in a book but the journey the books takes you on while you are reading it.
Neely comes home to Dogwood Lane, Tennessee, after living and building a career as a journalist in New York City where she was overlooked for her dream job. She comes home to regroup and center herself. Dane a hunky country boy on the one hand and on the other side a single father who is unconditionally devoted to his daughter Mia, but he has never forgotten what he had with Neely, and so the country version of seduction begins.
Tumble is a small town romance that hit all of my country girl buttons, and I thoroughly enjoy this book. Tumble has amazing support characters, and I look forward to reading their stories. This is an excellent start to, and I look forward to the next book.
***I kindly received this galley by way of NetGalley/publisher/author. I was not contacted, asked or required to leave a review. I received no compensation, financial or otherwise. I have voluntarily read this book, and this review is my honest opinion .***