Blue Horizons Review – Becca Reads A Lot

Review 1

This was my first Kathryn Andrews book, but let me just say that it certainly won’t be my last. Andrew’s writing is elegant. Blue Horizons was a slow burning love, packed full with healing and sparks. It was filled with the best kind of passionate tension and all of the emotional depth I look for in a book.

I walked into this story blind, but I know now that this book would have exceeded my every expectation I could have had. It was a stunning story of finding love and healing. Will Ashton will forever hold a piece of my heart just as Avery Layne has taught me more about not letting your fears rule your future than I would have ever imagined.

Andrews addresses difficult topics with grace and heart. I truly felt all of the emotions with none of the cliche “shock and awe” tactics that are often thrown into books, as if a girl who had undergone trauma would make a more complex character. Andrews doesn’t use the trauma as a crutch to make her story more “interesting” the way that I often see it done, but rather uses it as a tool for character growth and a way to show the evidence of compassionate true love. I cannot even begin express the respect I have for Andrews simply for this alone.

Thank you, Kathryn, for writing such a gorgeous book. It was life changing and enjoyable, every last word of it.

*ARC received in exchange for an HONEST review*

2015-10-12T17:18:33+00:00October 11th, 2015|1 Comment

One Comment

  1. marie McElroy May 21, 2016 at 10:48 pm - Reply

    Enjoyed Blue Horizons so much that I couldn’t put it down. The ending was great! I could relate to the wonderful Christmas present. Thank You

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