Monday, December 3, 2018

Review: KAITLIN’S MOORING by Carey V. Azzara

The night of a college party, Kaitlin didn’t expect unprotected sex or a surprise pregnancy. What would she do? How was she going to tell her parents?  But a torrential rainstorm ended up being her parents’ demise, destroying Kaitlin, a boat they built and often sailed on.

When Kaitlin hears the terrible news, she rushes back home to her grandparents to mourn the loss and take on a new challenge. Readers would definitely admire Kaitlin’s quiet strength and be endeared by the family’s close bond.

Story was well-written and full of emotion, certainly following the literary prose, but it also remained long-winded, which was waning on my interest.

My rating: 2.5 stars

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