It makes no sense to work to write a review and not share it. So here is my #Review, End of Lonely Street by Alicia Dean
Toby Lawson’s past keeps her from a bright future. She believes her alcoholic mother needs her care and love despite her failure to stay sober. Toby has worked hard to earn her teaching certificate and leave her tainted past, but she takes on a project she believes important and refuses to back down.
Noah Rivers doesn’t understand Toby’s conflicted feelings. Or why she thinks she’ll be like her mother.
Both are from an era when innocence was the norm. The conflicts are part of that time. I Enjoyed reading it.
Alicia Dean creates a nostalgic glimpse into a time when innocence prevailed.
Buy Link http://amzn.com/B00QQO3BK0