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Athica Lane by Brynne Asher Review

Title: Athica Lane

Author: Brynne Asher

First published September 29, 2015

482 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.29


Meet Cam Montgomery, a devoted single dad who has his priorities in order: his children, his job, his team, and his business. He has no time for anything else, especially not a relationship.

But then he meets Paige Carpino, a smart and sweet woman who turns his world upside down. Paige is a small package with a big heart and a fiery spirit.

She’s dedicated to her new business, her family, and her close friends. She’s never put herself out there, but all that changes when she meets Cam in a burger joint.

What starts as a disaster ends up being the beginning of something special. Cam may be an ex-football player and the hottest man she’s ever met, but he’s also a single dad who needs someone who understands his priorities.

As they navigate their way through life with the Carpino’s and Montgomery’s, and an eighty-five-year-old bossy woman in the mix, anything can happen. This book contains steamy parts, naughty words, and a recipe for something big.

If you’re under 18, this author is frowning at you with her mama eyes telling you to walk away.

About the Author

Brynne Asher is an accomplished author of romance novels and a proud resident of the Midwest, where she shares her life with her lovely husband, three adorable kids, and an equally adorable dog. When she’s not busy crafting stories about make-believe characters and their exciting lives, she spends her time running errands for her family and taking care of household chores like laundry.

Brynne is also passionate about skincare and enjoys indulging in some online shopping while lounging in her favorite pair of comfy pajamas.

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Editoral Review

Athica Lane by Brynne Asher is a steamy romance novel that will have readers’ hearts racing from start to finish. The book, first published on September 29, 2015, tells the story of Julian Lodge, a former Navy SEAL who now works as a private investigator, and Arianna Barrington, a successful businesswoman who is looking for a fresh start in life.

The novel is set in the quaint town of Athica Lane, where everyone knows everyone else’s business, and rumors spread like wildfire. The author, Brynne Asher, has created a world that is both familiar and intriguing, with relatable characters and complex relationships.

Her writing is engaging and descriptive, transporting readers to the streets of Athica Lane with ease. The novel is categorized as a contemporary romance, with themes of love, loss, and second chances.

The plot of Athica Lane revolves around Julian and Arianna, who meet under unlikely circumstances and are immediately drawn to each other. However, both of them have secrets that they are reluctant to share.

As they navigate their relationship and try to uncover each other’s pasts, they become embroiled in a dangerous game that threatens to tear them apart. The two main characters are well-rounded and realistic, with their own strengths and flaws.

Arianna is a strong and independent woman who has worked hard to achieve success in her career. However, she is haunted by a tragic event from her past and struggles to let go of her pain.

Julian, meanwhile, is a tough and brooding alpha male who is deeply loyal to his friends and family. He too carries emotional scars from his time in the military, and finds it difficult to open up to others.

The setting of Athica Lane adds an extra layer of intrigue to the novel, with its picture-perfect streets and seemingly idyllic community hiding dark secrets and scandals. Asher does a great job of capturing the small-town feel of the place and making readers feel like they are a part of it.

Overall, Athica Lane is a well-written and entertaining book that is sure to please fans of the romance genre. Asher’s writing is sharp and engaging, and she has created two compelling characters that readers will root for from beginning to end.

The pacing of the novel is just right, with plenty of action and suspense to keep readers engaged. However, the book is not without its flaws – some of the plot twists feel a bit contrived, and some of the secondary characters could have been better developed.

Despite its shortcomings, Athica Lane is an enjoyable read that will leave readers satisfied. Fans of contemporary romance and small-town dramas will find a lot to like here.

Overall, I would give Athica Lane 3.5 out of 5 stars.