Zeke Matthers has had a rough time in his small Texas town. His God-fearing, hate –spewing older sister was on a mission to hurt Zeke at every chance she got. Good thing Zeke had his new love, Brendon, and his spirited mama on his side.
Ms. Bradford took what could have been a silly cliché and turned it into a believable story of- do we really know what’s on the other side? , and do our loved ones watch over us when they are physically gone?
I loved the premise of this infusion into A Subtle Breeze. The spiritual element was not in your face, but a gentle reminder that with an open mind we are guided by our deceased loved one.
As a story teller, Ms. Bradford is not afraid to take chances with topics usually not found in books. Kudos to her!
The chemistry between Zeke and Brendon, although felt right from the start, added to the story line of a gentle push by Zeke’s mama. And even though she was not there in the physical, the nuances she contributed had me smiling, as mama always knows best- no matter what.
A Subtle Breeze has been extended and reedited~ a must read.
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A five handcuff review
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