Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance, RomCom

Review – Across the Horizon

Across the Horizon (Standalone)
by Aly Martinez (Author)

This review is from: December 3, 2018 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Heat Level:🔥🔥🔥

Filled with humor, page-turning chemistry and romance with so much heart, Across the Horizon reminds us that it’s the little things that mean the most at the end of the day. Whether it’s snuggling together on the couch to watch your favorite TV show or having someone cook you dinner after a hard day at work. No matter how you piece together the small things they all add up in a big way when that person means everything.

“Life was all about the little things. And, in just one night, it made me realize that Rita was one of life’s big things.”

Is there really a “right” time to meet your special someone? Destiny typically steps in whether you are ready or not and I suppose we should thank Destiny once in awhile for pushing us or we might never meet that perfect person.

Across the Horizon is full of these amazing small moments that fill in a bigger story between Tanner Reese and Rita Hartley/Laughlin. That is basically life in a nutshell – our daily life is small moments that make our big story – and I adore how Aly Martinez brings that back over and over again as the story progresses.

Tanner Reese is a professional chef with a show, Simmer, on Food Channel. A two-named, recognizable star, with abs for days, whose life isn’t exactly perfect. Just because he’s famous, good looking and has money to spare doesn’t mean he has all his ducks in a row. He has problems just like everyone else, but what he’s never had is a good relationship, until he meets Rita. Unfortunately she isn’t exactly available.

Rita is in the beginnings of a divorce from her cheating husband who won’t exactly take no for an answer about her leaving him. One-named Rita gave up everything for her soon-to-be-ex and what does she have to show for it? Nothing. Her problems are just beginning and the last thing she needs is a new relationship with a good looking chef, unfortunately her heart keeps leading her on a different path than her logical mind.

Destiny doesn’t exactly wait for the perfect time to meet your soulmate, or does it?

“Sometimes fate brings you to a place in life for a reason. It’s not up to you to figure out what that reason is. It’s only up to you to decide what you’re going to make of it.”

Across the Horizon is funny, touching, a genuine love story that you will not be able to put down.

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