Finding Rose Rocks by Karen Rose (Book Review #319)

Finding Rose Rocks is a woman’s fiction novel that focuses on an older generation. This romantic novel focuses on Jennifer, a business owner who happens to lose it all. She decides to leave and start fresh in a more familiar setting, her hometown.

A dashing man named, Troy, comes along and offers a solution to her problems. As things heat up between the two, fate separates them because Jennifer has to leave to see family for the summer. Things get more complicated for her, while she is away and that’s when the story takes an even interesting turn.

From the beginning, I was captivated by the classical but, sensual style of writing the author had. It reminded me of the feeling you get when the exterior architecture of a building is all contemporary but, once you enter the building, the sense of being home rushes through your veins.

The name of the book comes from a type of mineral formation found almost exclusively in Oklahoma. Such detailed approach is what we need nowadays in the writing world. Even the name of the book has a beautiful backstory to it. There is a nice flow to the story. The literature standard is written with depths of emotional dilemmas, and I believe that what’s makes this book stand out.

I recommend this book to romance readers and people that enjoy woman’s fiction.

Written by Jeyran Main

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