Review: The Art of Going Home by Nicole Sorrell

Engaging and heart felt all the way through.  Maddie left her hometown for a reason. The memories of her twin dead sister was too over whelming for Maddie. It haunted her and as Maddie got closer to the tiny town she grew up in she felt the draw back in.  Just a few days that’s it, just a few days to go to the funeral and hop back on the plane, well so she thought.  What she did not expect was a persuasion to track down her sister’s killer, her first high school crush and old suppressed memories to come crashing down on her.

Suspenseful to say the least. Sorell did an excellent job of capturing and embracing you throughout the story. The emotions from Maddie uncovering the truth, her families’ deep secrets to all the secondary characters who played intricate roles really bought this story to another level.

Maddie tries to keep her distance from Zac her old high school crush. It doesn’t help that he just may be hotter than he was in high school and his persistence to be in her life is just too much for her to deny.  You felt their chemistry and her struggle to deny her true happiness but can she much longer.

Family? You can’t pick them, but they are just that family, take them or leave them.  If you are looking for a suspenseful mystery with action packed drama, a hot romance and a reminder of the meaning of family, I highly recommend.  You will not be disappointed.

5 Stars

Tori

 

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