Chasing Peace by Alaine Greyson is out now. Bracken Point is full of dirty little secrets. Twenty-six-year-old Samantha Barrett carries secrets from her childhood. Secrets that she kept from her twin sister. Secrets that only cocaine could hide.
As Samantha plunges deeper into her addiction, her world crumbles. Her twin is murdered, leaving her with few allies. Samantha’s self-worth, friendships, and love all suffer as she struggles with sobriety.
When the truth about her sister’s murder is revealed, she learns she’s not the only one keeping secrets. Will Samantha come to terms with her past or succumb to her addiction?
I was sent a copy of the novel to review and am so glad I was! This book is a fantastic addition to the women’s romance contemporary genre. Not only is the plot amazing with flawless twists, but the characters are well rounded and unforgettable. The book flowed perfectly, holding my attention on every page I turned. My favorite character was Samantha. I loved how she developed throughout the novel. Plus, I’m a fan of her and Jonathan. Those two developed beautifully together, and the epilogue had me swooning for them. It was a perfect ending tying in the name of the novel. Overall, I recommend picking up your copy!
Author Alaine Greyson lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland, with her husband, son, and cocker spaniel puppy. She loves to push the envelope with her stories and strives to make her readers sympathize with characters from all backgrounds. Alaine is an avid reader and considers Jane Austen and Diana Gabaldon to be her literary heroes. She loves Mexican food, 80s music, and is a Robert Downey Jr. super-fan. You will find mentions of things she loves throughout her books.
Note: Author provided bio & blurb & author photo. I received this product for free for this paid feature, but the honest review is all mine.