Tuesday, May 14, 2019

More Than Words by Jill Santopolo

This book was part romance, part family drama/mystery. It was an easy read and I found it enjoyable. Nina Gregory was a devoted, well behaved daughter who, following the early death of her mother, was raised by her father, the wealthy owner of the Gregory hotel chain.

When Nina's father dies of cancer she learns secrets from his past that cause her to reconsider her life choices. In particular she sees her fiancĂ©, an old family friend in a completely new light.  The nature of her relationship with her boss, Rafael, also changes.

It was interesting to see how Nina coped with seeing her father in a different light when she didn't even have the benefit of confronting him about her findings.  I also liked the support she got from her fiancĂ©'s mother, even at unexpected times.  Perhaps the most sad part was her unresolved grief about her mother's untimely death.

Not destined to be a classic, but still worth the time.

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