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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Review: The Drifter by Kathy Coopmans


From USA Today Best Selling Author Kathy Coopmans
The Drifter
A Standalone novel
To the outside world, Kray Brooks had it all growing up.
Wealth. The devoting parents.
The beautiful girlfriend.
Good grades.

All of it a lie, except her. The woman he left behind thirteen years ago to try and achieve his real dream... to become a musician.

Life doesn't always go according to the plan you set out for yourself.
Sometimes, you drift. Become lost, lose hope and crash.

For thirteen years he's been drifting wherever his guitar takes him, avoiding his past. Never thinking of his future.
Not once did he think it would all catch up to him. Until it did.

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**** 4 Star Review ****

Second chance stories have never reached the depths that this one reaches. This story is a lot more gritty and rough than most. I think that is why I liked this one. It's not fluffy. It's not unicorns and rainbows. It's real and raw.

This story doesn't just touch on the second chance love story. It's about survival and what people do in order to survive while being true to themselves. Everyone gets  a little lost on the way, but a dose of reality will help bring everything into perspective.

Kathy does a wonderful job and meshing the two worlds of these characters. Tables are flipped, and now these characters have to figure out not just who they really are, who they want to be, but how they can be themselves but be together. The struggles these two have gone through in the past and go through in the present give us a story that will break and melt your heart at the same time.

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