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Release day review: All That Glitters by Kate Sherwood

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About the Author
Kate Sherwood lives and writes in Ontario, Canada. She likes to write about characters struggling to understand who they are, and how to relate to those around them.
Publication Date
June 26, 2018
Available Formats
epub, mobi, pdf
No matter what he tells himself, wealthy NYC architect Liam has never been able to forget his first love, Ben. But as he approaches midlife and realizes something is missing, can he forgive himself for the worst mistake he ever made—the one that left a hole no amount of career success can fill? Or will fear keep him from the full life he really wants?

Liam and Ben were childhood sweethearts, then college boyfriends. But when Liam cheated on Ben, Ben forced himself to cut ties and move on. He’s still living in the small town where they grew up, teaching, but it’s not the life he imagined for himself as a younger man. Still, when Liam returns, he can’t risk his heart again. He certainly can’t allow himself to love Liam again after fighting so hard to get over him.

Neither man wants to let go of the past and face their apprehension at starting over. They don’t want to fall in love a second time—but sometimes love happens whether it’s wanted or not.

Editor reviews

1 reviews

Enjoyable read
The first chapter of this book is frantic....this is not necessarily a bad thing, but I had to read it twice to make sure it had all gone in.
Liam and Ben...… I was still undecided at the end of the book as to whether or not I liked Liam, and both characters had me fluctuating between totally taken with them, and frustrated as all get out, all the way through. Both have their endearing qualities, and both, at times, were in serious need of a slapping!
Ben kept me guessing as to which way he was going to jump until fairly late in the story, leaving the book a little short on the romance, but the secondary cast in this tale were great, and a good chunk of the storyline involved the town and its residents. 
All in all its a good story, some great characters, some incredibly infuriating characters, and definitely worth a read.
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