Point of No Return by Olivia Luck

Point of No Return by Olivia LuckPoint of No Return by Olivia Luck
Series: The Point Series #3
Publication Date: June 23, 2015
Genres: New Adult, Romance
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I had it all: an adoring husband, supportive friends, thriving career, a homey condo in the city. Amend that. I had it all except for love from my family. But life was good because I had him. Max was everything I dreamed a husband could be and somehow he loved me just as wildly as I loved him. Until one cruel night he was stolen from me. Then I had nothing but a vicious battle ahead of me. It’s a struggle so treacherous, I’m not sure if I’ll make it out with my heart in tact. But on the other side of that brutal war waits the most wondrous prize. Will I allow myself to move forward?

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Guest Review by Tammy Cole

A Beautiful Love Story

This is the first book that I have read by this author and I really enjoyed this beautiful love story.  Point of No Return is told in a dual POV which is my absolute favorite writing style but it mostly focuses on Violet learning how to love again after tragically losing her husband Max a year ago.  Violet is struggling with letting go of Max and moving on.

“You can continue loving him like he’s your living, breathing husband or you can love him like the man who made a difference in your life.”

Violet accepts the job offer her best friend’s husband Blake offers her as an event planner for the Hockey Team his family owns.  The very first meeting she has she meets the team goalie, Cam, who is going to work with her in planning this event and sparks fly on his end. It’s really a sweet story of Cam falling in love with Violet but giving her the time and the patience that she needs before she is ready to move on.

“You’re not ready for me yet.  But when you are, I will be here waiting for you.  My heart is wide open for you, Violet.  It always has been and always will be.”

I really enjoyed this story and didn’t know that the author already had a book about Violet’s best friend Stella and Blake.  So this can be read as a standalone, but I will definitely be reading the other book.  There were some minor editing errors but nothing that turned me off from reading this book.

“I’ve fallen for Violet Harper.  Fallen deeply enough to never swim out of her ocean-blue eyes.  Fallen deeply enough to drown in her smile.  Fallen deeply enough to know that this is love, the kind of love that doesn’t die.”

4 Stars

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