Monday, December 10, 2018

*Review* The Invisible Thread by Lisa Suzanne

Genre: Erotic Romance
Published: April 23, 2018
Pages: 280

One decision was all it took for Ethan Fuller’s life to be flipped upside down and for Maci Dane’s twenty-year plan to fall off the rails. 

Ethan tells Maci about the invisible thread that links two people destined to be together. The road isn’t always smooth, but eventually the two people holding the thread will find their way to each other. 

They found their way together, yet they keep finding themselves apart. Mistake after mistake, lie after lie, grudge after may be too much for two people to overcome. 

Are Maci and Ethan tied by the invisible thread, or will their thread break before they can find their way to happiness?

I was hired to proofread this book. The only aspects of the story that I influenced were the spelling and grammar. If you feel that my connection to the story makes my review untrustworthy, so be it, but this is my honest review. 

So much like in The Power to Break, I did not really like these characters overall. However, the progress that they were making as a couple, and the way their attitudes were changing in the story made both of them at least a little bit more endearing, especially Maci (I'd already found Ethan at least a little sympathetic after all). There were a lot of times in this book where the characters really just needed to talk to each other but decided to go with the silent treatment instead (not that I can necessarily blame them).

In the end, I felt like this was a satisfying conclusion to Ethan and Maci's story, and even though I still didn't really care for the characters that much, I'm glad that they've reached a resolution of sorts for their original problems. And the book did keep me flipping pages to see how things would turn out for them.

Overall I give The Invisible Thread 3.978 stars. - Katie 

Lisa Suzanne is a romance author who resides in Arizona with her husband and baby boy. She’s a former high school English teacher and college composition instructor. When she's not cuddling baby Mason, she can be found working on her latest book or watching reruns of Friends.  

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