THE iREAD REVIEW
In this engaging story about believing in the unexplainable, Olivia finds a way to move on after the tragic death of a close friend.
Olivia is shattered when her best friend Dan dies unexpectedly in an accident. Struggling to put her life back together, she tries to find meaning in her career. Bereft when it implodes, she finds solace with cousin Garrett, who takes her in and offers her a place to heal. Scotland-born chef Finn has experienced more than his fair share of tragedy. Following the loss of his wife, he finds himself competing in a cooking show and living in the United States. When he unexpectedly meets Olivia, he discovers that his heart may not be off-limits forever.
As Olivia and Finn become close, they discover that there is more to their meeting than simple chance. In fact, the two people they loved the most may be conspiring to bring them together, and it is up to them to follow the signs they are sending as well as their own hearts.
Feisty and principled Olivia and sexy and ambitious Finn are easy to root for. Both have experienced tragedy in their young lives but strive to make the best out of their current situation. The reader can’t help but want the best for them both, especially if that means them ending up together. The rapid development in Beyond Believing will leave readers eagerly turning pages in order to find out what happens next while its supernatural aspect offers a fresh perspective on the typical love story.
D.D. Marx has written a story that will appeal to readers who not only believe in love but that there is more to the universe that can simply be seen. A tale of romance that defies the usual parameters, Beyond Believing is a story that will leave the reader eager to pick up the next book in the series.
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