Review: Southern Storms by Brittainy Cherry

Length: 283 pages

Published: March 31, 2020

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

All I wanted to do was run away, I never expected to crash into his arms…

After leaving the city life behind to escape my loveless marriage, I moved to small town Havenbarrow for a fresh start.

What I didn’t expect was to find myself drawn to the town’s black sheep.

They called him troubled. Cold. A man with a dark past.

What everyone seemed to miss about Jax was the splashes of light in his eyes. The random acts of kindness he performed when no one was watching. The way he made me smile and laugh.

Jax helped unpack the baggage I’d been carrying around with me. He was patient with my pain and gentle with my scars. He was the stillness during my hurricane.

Yet when both of our pasts came back to haunt our present days, we realized quickly that sometimes love stories didn’t end the way we’d hoped.

Sometimes you were left with only the damage from the storm.

My thoughts 💭

This was a sweet read. Jax and Kennedy have had tragic events happen that have them struggling. Jax comes off as a jerk and Kennedy has anxiety. They find themselves connecting and it makes their lives better. They finally get the love that they deserve just for being themselves and not what or who other people want them to be. I enjoyed reading their story.

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