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November 17, 2013



How many ways can on woman love?

When Tamara Rix’s sister Lyddie is involved in a hit-and-run accident that leaves her in need of constant care, Tamara is determined to do all she can to help, she’s even willing to sacrifice a long-term relationship.

But when Lyddie’s teenage sweetheart Jed Cassius returns to Middledip, he brings news that shakes the Rix family to its core. Jed’s life is shrouded in mystery particularly his job, but despite his strange background, Tamara can’t help being intrigued by him.

Can Tamara find a balance between her love for Lyddie and growing feelings for Jed, or will she discover that some kinds of love just don’t mix?.

Could you take the risk?

My Review

I always wanted to read Starting Over by Sue Moorcroft but never got round to reading it.  I am now very pleased  that I finally got round to reading a Sue Moorcroft novel and what a better way to read one of Sue’s novels is her brand new novel IS THIS LOVE. Which I must say an absolute page turner. I have read How To Make Money Writing Romantic fiction, which Sue Moorcroft sets an article in the book on love writing. Is This Love the story is set in a village  Middledip. Tamara naturally adores her sister Lyddie but Lyddie is very sadly involved in a tragic accident by a ruthless hit-and run driver which leaves Lyddie suffering from brain damage and she now needs constant care from Tamara. Of course as Tamara loves her sister so much there is nothing that Tamara would not do for her sister. Tamara’s boyfriend Max is offered a new job and he decides to move away. Then out of the blue Lyddies teenage sweetheart boyfriend Jed Cassius returns to Middledip bringing some devastating news to the Rix family that shatters them to the core. Tamara thinks that Jed is fantastically so hot and she just can not help herself  being intrigued by him. What will Tamara do she loves her sister Lyddie but she can not stop the growing feelings that she has for Jed?

paperback Pages 318

published November 2013

Published by choc-lit


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