Title: Walk with Me (The Thin Blue Thread)
Author: Kaitlyn Stone
Genre: Contemporary New Adult
Publish Date: July 22nd, 2014
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~ Synopsis ~After escaping her abusive parents, nineteen-year-old Kenna Sloane is determined to create an independent life, free of emotional distraction. The last thing this focused college student wants is a relationship, especially with a hot rookie cop popular with the badge bunnies. When Kenna reluctantly agrees to a double date with Santa Monica cop Donovan Alexander, she’s launched on an exciting and dangerous journey. With time, she discovers some souls are instinctively drawn together to quiet the pain of their traumatic pasts. But even after the revelation of Donovan’s own secret burden, Kenna continues to battle the fear she may be too broken for her modern day knight in blue. Can Kenna open her heart to the healing light of true love before peril strikes?
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I was lucky enough that the author sent me a copy of this book before it was published. It is the debut novel by author Kaitlyn Stone.
Walk with Me is about Kenna who has escaped a troubled childhood and is now living with her best friend Danielle. Danielle is dating a police cop and one day they introduce Kenna to Donovan who is also a police cop. Donovan also has issues of his own. I felt this book was very much about Kenna finding herself and learning who she and stepping out on her own. I felt she became more confident as the book went on. I really liked the pace of the development of Kenna’s relationship with Donovan. I love how patient he was with her and he didn’t push her.
The book is very well written and flows really well. It is a great romance story with a little of drama thrown in. The book I felt ending in a good place and without a cliff-hanger. I look forward to seeing where the story goes in book 2.